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1 Prince's Terrace
Mid-level, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong

Stoul

Vintage Street Art - Inspired by Japanese Manga Comics and passionate about the history of women’s fashion, cats became Stoul’s elegant and glamorous heroines. Her cats are women with long eyelashes, nose cross, ears and cat paws, evolving in a refined universe, lined with vintage patterns. Influenced by her grandmother, she starts to mix a retro nostalgia feeling and joyful pop modernity in her artworks. In parallel, Stoul develops the art of customization of objects and furniture recoveries, with collages, prints, stencils and paint. Long interested in alternative cultures, she naturally develops an interest in the Street Art movement, and painted her first wall together with 7MR. Stoul, also known as Stoul Peintresse, is now part of the movement of the Urban Contemporary Art. She’s being exhibited in France and abroad.

Stoul, France

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“Abstract bibi koi green”
Acrylic on wood
56 x 68 cm (wooden frame) 
2013

“Abstract Corona Foxy”
Acrylic on wood
58 x 68 cm (wooden frame)
2013

“Misty Josephine”
Acrylic on cloth
73 x 60 cm
2013


“POGO”
Acrylic, oil on printed canvas
100 x 100 cm
2013


“Baroko Fluo Orange”
Acrylic on Canvas
30 x 30 cm
2013

 

“Boogie Woogie Sister”
Acrylic, oil on printed canvas
40 x 40 cm (wooden frame)
2013


“Baroko Fluo Green”
Acrylic on Canvas
30 x 30 cm
2013

“Boogie Woogie Sister”
Acrylic, oil on printed canvas
100 x 100 cm
2013

Inspired by Japanese Manga Comics and passionate about the history of women’s fashion, cats became Stoul’s elegant and glamorous heroines. Her cats are women with long eyelashes, nose cross, ears and cat paws, evolving in a refined universe, lined with vintage patterns. Influenced by her grandmother, she starts to mix a retro nostalgia feeling and joyful pop modernity in her artworks. In parallel, Stoul develops the art of customization of objects and furniture recoveries, with collages, prints, stencils and paint. Long interested in alternative cultures, she naturally develops an interest in the Street Art movement, and painted her first wall together with 7MR. Stoul, also known as Stoul Peintresse, is now part of the movement of the Urban Contemporary Art. She’s being exhibited in France and abroad.