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really-shit: Born in 1986, GRAFFMATT is a French artist who...









































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Born in 1986, GRAFFMATT is a French artist who hails from Chambéry, in Savoy. Passionate about street art and Hip-Hop culture, GRAFFMATT explores many artistic fields and different media with the urban scene always being his main source of inspiration. He is also inspired by street fashion, designated under the name of street style fashion trend. Even if his preference goes more to the model than to the style of dress, GRAFFMATT focuses on authenticity, like a candid shot, with no devices other than the natural appearance and outside light.



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