Kim Prisu spent a long time of his career as an artist in France and this also reflects in his artwork. He uses elements of the French neo-expressionism and street art from the 1980s and combines it with digital imaging and art singulier. Art singulier stands for a state of mind and understanding art where artists voluntarily distance from the established art of the elites and its intellectualism. Kim Prisu is the founder of the concept of Nuklé-Art, the art of the atomic era, with which he tries to cope with the permanently changing and globalizing world. Kim Prisu creates multicultural collages in fantastic colour patterns using drawings, contemporary images, posters, graffiti and stencilling.
Marylin Monroe (Blue)