Ceet paints Le Mur


By Wessame Benahcene |  Published on Thursday, December 11, 2014.

There are animals whose nobility inspires art. Spontaneously the horse or the dog come to mind. Ceet prefers chickens.

Last month, the artist Ceet expressed his talents during a live painting organized by Le MUR, the organization handling the iconic legal wall in the 11th district of Paris.

Ceet (pronounce "city") is from Moroccan origins but was born and raised in France. He gained notoriety amongst the Toulouse scene at the end of 1990s, but after travelling to open his mind to new inspirations, he decided to settle down in country he fell in love with years ago : China.

Ceet’s art on "Le MUR" is a pretty wild interpretation of Jim Morrison, bordered by chickens, Ceet’s signature animal, painted in a way that brings to mind the "angry birds" video game. Ceet also develops his obsession with the animal in the following video made by Laurence Laux.

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