L’idée simple d’associer la porcelaine aux univers créatifs, des graphistes, illustrateurs, designers toys et artistes, permet de donner une autre approche de la figurine de décoration, qu’elle soit produite en série limitée ou en pièce unique.
La société K.Olin Tribu est basée à Limoges (France) mais son rayonnement est mondial avec la signature d’artistes reconnus, venant du Street Art & de l'art contemporain parmi lesquels : Frank Kozik, Ron English, Nathan Jurevicius, Yoskay Yamamoto, Richard Orlinski ...
Les figurines éditées par K.Olin Tribu sont produites et décorées à Limoges et bénéficient donc de l’appellation : Porcelaine de Limoges, France.
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Tilt is an internationally recognised traditional graffiti artist, originating from Toulouse in South France.
A self declared "graffiti fetishist", he learned his trade in the streets and on trains as a youngster. In the time since he did his first tags on a skateboard ramp back in '88, his ensuing career has been nourished and influenced by extensive travel. Inspirational journeys have seen Tilt exhibit and leave his mark as far and wide as the U.S.A, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Laos, Taiwan, China, Canada, Philippines, Indonnesia, Maldivians and
in excess of 12 countries throughout Europe.
Tilt loves demonstrating that basic, primitive graffiti can be as strong as complicated 3D lettering, wildstyles and characters. His focus on fun, high impact shapes and strong colours is a reflection of his history as a true graffiti writer, trained on the streets and in the train yards. Similarly, his extensive use of bubbly, curvaceous forms relates to his obsession with beautiful females.
Following classic hip-hop graffiti ideology, his individual styled name is the focal point in the majority of his paintings, in Tilt's case a bubble letter "throw-up". "Throw-Up" is graf terminology for a writer's spraypainted name incorporating fast lines and done in one or two colours, designed for fast execution; it is the action which Tilt is most interested in, thus he utilises his throw-up styles to visually communicate the fun of creating graffiti in risky situations.
Tilt published three books of his art and photography title “Egodrips”, “PhotoGraffiTiltism” and “Fetish Bubble Girls”. He is now working
a lot on this project, shooting girls all around the world and painting on them. He is planing heading on more tours and of course painting murals and wallpieces.