Amose began his artistic studies in 1996 in the illustration section of the St Luc Institute in Belgium then at the Beaux Arts. Amose works the human body. He stretches it, lengthens it, deforms it. By adding shapes, patterns, overflowing and intertwining features, Amose deconstructs the human body. But this is also what makes his work dynamic and sometimes even abstract. He uses stickers, old papers, pieces of wood and tapestry... He draws his inspiration from various artists: Vitché and Vasko, Brazilian artists, or even Schiele, Klimt, Nate Williams, James Gallagher. Amose works with the techniques of screen printing, traditional painting, aerosol as well as illustration.


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