Jean Charles de Castelbajac is one of the emblematic cultural figure of our ­generation. Art, fashion, design, Jean-Charles has left a mark and vision on every medium he has touched. His body of work spans over the last or the last 50 years. Starting a fashion brand at the young age of 18 he has collaborated with numerous artists in the world of art photography music design and has also worked with the leading companies in most major industries.

Amazing collaborations with many artists such as Robert Combas, Ben, Loulou Picasso, Gérard Garouste, Hervé Di Rosa and decisive meetings with Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat who bring a poetic and resolutely Pop dimension to ­proceeding. All these historic collaborations that he keeps developing with the young generation ­definitely enroll Jean-Charles de Castelbajac as a bold cross and polymorphous artist, opened to the other artists and to the current cultural movements. His work has been shown in major museums worldwide and he has been awarded numerous accolades through the years.

For Nektart Wine, he created an original work.

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Lek & Sowat. The meeting of Lek & Sowat happened in 2010. They shared a common taste for Urbex or Urban Exploration, the art of finding and creating things in abandoned places. Pushing the boundaries of traditional graffiti, their in situ experiments are a mix of video, architectural abstraction, installations and archeology, creating a modern form of urban land art. They were behind the ­‘Mausoleum’ project, a wild artistic residency performed in an abandoned supermarket.

At the invitation of Jean de Loisy, Lek & Sowat then invested the basement of the Palais de Tokyo for over a year with fifty other artists, initiating alongside curator Hugo Vitrani what became the “Lasco Project”. Through this project, their work was the first to return to the permanent collection of the Centre ­Pompidou from artists from the graffiti movement. They also participated in the Tour Paris 13 project, and worked on the Bains Douches project. Since then, they have regularly kept ­collaborating on many other projects in France and abroad. They are unavoidable and ­infamous figures of the street art scene in France and around the world; having recently finished the Villa Medici in Rome. They now sign there latest and biggest exposition in le Pavillon in Paris.

For Nektart Wine, they created an original work.


Nick Walker is one of the world’s best-known street artists. He emerged from the infamous and groundbreaking Bristol graffiti scene of the early 1980s. As a ­forerunner of the British graffiti phenomenon, Nick’s work has become a blueprint for hundreds of emerging artists. His work is constantly evolving and remains innovative, modern and thought-provoking. Nick draws on the energy and imagery of graffiti but he succeeds in combining the freedom the spray can bring, with very controlled and intricate stenciling.

The methods he uses retain their forcefulness and integrity on the traditional medium of canvas. Nick Walker’s instantly recognizable style and humor have gained him a worldwide following. In 2008 Nick had sellout shows in LA and London, where collectors queued for over 24 hours to be among the first to get his latest print edition. In 2008, his iconic Mona Lisa sold over ten times its estimated value at auction at Bonhams. Over the years Nick’s work has been accoladed by the media and has attracted headlines worldwide, including the front page of the Independent arts magazine and the Observer’s round-up of the year’s biggest events of 2008.

For Nektart Wine, he created an original work.


THTF is an artistic duo. Clement and Antonin start drawing toghether at school and THTF was formed in 2009. Their work started on the streets of paris and soon was seen in cities around the globe.

Their style mixes abstract forms with figurative drawing which are at times ­incorporated into the murals; color and different painting techniques all incorporated toghether make their art unique and distinguishable to any other. This body of work has ­enabled them to particiapet in numerous exibits and cultural ­presentation in france and ­internationally. Their joyful ­personalities and unique vision have lead them to be a force in there medium revered by collectors and there peers alike.

For Nektart Wine, they created an original work.