Stéphan Ouzilou, called Fano, always lived his life in the fast lane.
It is important to say that he grew up in the fashion industry, surrounded by big names such as Gérard Darel.
Thanks to his avant-gardist touch, he creates modern style. And thanks to his tendency for the « Urban Streetwear », he navigates towards a minimalist, accessible but “very thoughtful” world. Everything has an aim, a logic.
He chooses noble materials he loves: metal, wood, stainless steel.
After his experience in fashion and in the design of villas and timeless lofts, the “master piece » is accomplished: for his son-in-law’s birthday, whom he considers like his son, he really wants to please and to surprise him. Within 3 months of trials, insistence, and pleasure, he creates his first masterpiece « the death’s-head ».
Imagine: an aluminum tank, big wooden boards, 170 kg of metal, 12000 screws, a huge frame in Stainless steel (150cm by150cm), 12000 holes, a blowtorch, some elbow grease and 100 % of creativity and Fano created the modern, graphic and texturized art.
And all the magic begins …
Starting with the friends, then the friends of friends and within few weeks, and after two, three first sketchs (cf. » Mickey in Mickael Jackson « , the « teddy bear », the « Indian »), he produces the Masterpiece, Karl Lagerfeld’s portrait, now exposed at the « Montaigne Gallery » in Los Angeles. It is Unique, something unheard of.
His creative spirit has overtaking him, because he does not realize the huge potential he is creating with his hands.
Today’s exposed in the « LOS ANGELES GALLERY », does not stop surprising.
Coming soon, discover his new series « GOLDEN YES ». And other variations of his working techniques to transcend the pleasures…of the eyes and of the Heart.