Mould Map 6 — Terraformers: Featured Artist: Alexandre Bavard 05 September 2016

aka MOSA87.

With a background in traditional graffiti writing as member of the PAL crew (going under the name Mosa), Alexandre Bavard has expanded his practice to include video and performances pieces and large-scale airbrush paintings similar to distant galaxies – and frequently reappearing as Mosa in a silk hood with sunglasses on top.


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Alexandre Bavard, OZONE 2.0

Mosa AB from MM4

Alexandre Bavard, from Mould Map 4 — Eurozone Spezial

See more of Alexandre’s work here.

Follow Mosa on Instagram, here.

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