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Lx One
Arbonne, France
Lx One is not interested in formally offensive linguistic experiments, he does not want to emphasize what is already done , he does not turn his visions in poems like concrete poets do.

Lx One explores the pixel, the smallest , he researchs the base of the form , the skeletons of colors. He disserts around the chant of geometrie: the noise of shapes , a system of tensions in the free space , a response to our architecture ,urbanism and design. By bringing a breeze from Piet Mondrian and Vasarelly to our walls, Lx One decided once to follow the only absolutes in life: vertical and horizontal lines .

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Storm - Framed
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Fortress - Framed
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Fortress
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Cdbd12 - Original Painting
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In The Forest - Original Painting
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Megalopolis - Original Painting
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Storm - Limited Edition Prints
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Lx One is not interested in formally offensive linguistic experiments, he does not want to emphasize what is already done , he does not turn his visions in poems like concrete poets do.

Lx One explores the pixel, the smallest , he researchs the base of the form , the skeletons of colors. He disserts around the chant of geometrie: the noise of shapes , a system of tensions in the free space , a response to our architecture ,urbanism and design. By bringing a breeze from Piet Mondrian and Vasarelly to our walls, Lx One decided once to follow the only absolutes in life: vertical and horizontal lines .

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