Horfe's Graffiti Combines a Street Art Style with Fine Art

By: Amanda Greer - Published: • References: horfee.tumblr & lostateminor
Horfe's iconic street art style has rocked the world with its cartoonish representation of violence and relationships with fine art. Based in Paris, Horfe (aka "Horfee), tackles different urban walls and settings with his paintbrush, transforming dull, concrete structures into inventive artistic canvases.

Each of Horfe's works exist mainly within the primary color palette, featuring bright reds, blues and yellows more prominently than any other colors. For this reason, Horfe's work is extremely eye-catching and almost organic, for these are the most basic colors that humans can see. With these colors, Horfe creates huge murals full of animated characters that bite at each other with oversized lips and teeth, leer at each other with narrowed eyes, and swirl around each other with a threatening and unforgettable attitude.

For all these reasons, and more, Horfe has truly earned the status as a Parisian "street art god." Stats for Vibrantly Cartoonish Street Art Trending: Older & Mild
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