Burgundy, home of great food, beautiful landscapes and of course, some of the best grapes in all of France. And whatever our French neighbors take on, they will realize with an extra pinch of “Savoir Vivre”: Parisian artist Horor took on this old farm building for a week with the help of a few cans of Montana GOLD and a big portion of style. Lean back, enjoy and think of the hissing sound of outlines drawn in the Burgundian heat.

About the Artist

Born in 1987 in Argenteuil, Horor discovered graffiti in the early 2000s via motorways and the Paris Saint Lazare line. Having a passion for drawing since childhood and initially intrigued by this medium, it was in 2004 that he began painting on the wall, between railroads and wasteland in the Val d’ Oise. After studying plastic arts at the Sorbonne, from where he graduated in 2011, he perfected his technique and discovered other mediums such as photography, which supported new urban explorations.

Combining letter-work and more classical drawing, he drew his influences from the street as well as from a more classical repertoire. Today, he continues his pictorial research through drawing and watercolour, drawing on a wealth of graphic inspirations, from sensual surrealism to naturalistic drawing.

Editing & Animation by Geoffrey Ferré and images by the artist Horor