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The Compact Collection is a collection of unique 30cm x 30cm artworks. Made out of concrete, these spray-painted colorful blocks can be displayed on a shelf, a piece of furniture, or even on the floor - both indoors and outdoors!
The Slim Collection is made up of metal boards, beautifully textured with acrylic and spray paint. These unique pieces, super light, can be placed against a wall and moved around at will - bringing their bright colors to a different corner of your home each time.
The iconic double-heart on a large-size canvas recreating a concrete or urban feel. These unique pieces can be hanged or simply laid out against a wall, on the floor.
These limited edition 50cm x 50cm neon lights (pre-order only) will color your home with six different lightning modes.
Join THE FRENCH GIRL for the last night of her exhibition in TAI KWUN CENTRAL POLICE STATION at CAMPO MARZIO SHOP. Come meet the artist and share a glass of wine! For safety reasons and respect of COVID measures, we need you please to register by clicking the link below.Register here
Inspired by the traditional Chinese symbol of Double Happiness, The French Girl gave it a personal twist creating a double heart symbol. « We need love more than anything else in this tough period of time. My Double Love could mean love your family, love your friends, love your job, love your neighbours, love your pets, love your city, etc. The recent evolution with the shining Double Heart invites to share & to spread love around ».
The French Girl grew-up in Paris, surrounded by street art. She got first intrigued by SPACE INVADER & ANDRE’s cute characters spreading good vibes around the city. She then developed her creativity in an other direction, graduating from the French Perfume School of Versailles. Today based in Hong Kong, art hub in Asia, she met the street artist CEET, reactivating this long time fascination she’s always had for street art. Convinced that colours are livening up lives, The French Girl is sharing positive and energizing messages through her art.