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To Dream, to Collect



1993 France

2 Works exhibited

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  • About the Artist

Lalasaïdko is a young French artist and illustrator born in 1993 and originally from Val-de-Marne. Daughter of an illustrator and a photographer, she was aware of art from an early age. Her family always encouraged her to draw, and she quickly discovered her multiple passions and explored her creativity in sewing, illustration and cooking. Skilled with both hands and eager to experiment, she has been drawing, tinkering and creating her own jewellery and clothes since childhood. Seduced by graffiti since the hip-hop period, she also enjoyed tagging, in the city of Marseille where she spent some of her life. It was not until she met the illustrator and graffiti artist Bebarbarie that she really blossomed in the graffiti adventure.

The pseudonym Lalasaïdko is a combination of her nickname "Lala", her family name Saïd and the word "kokoro" which means heart, soul and spirit in Japanese. A way of embodying her passion for Japanese culture that is explicitly reflected in her art.

Her fascination with Japanese culture was revealed as a child through the Japanese animated films of the famous Miyazaki, notably My Neighbor Totoro, and by reading manga such as Naruto or Sakura from which she drew inspiration before defining her own style. It was during her trip to Japan at the age of 15 that Lalasaïdko had a real revelation. The young artist immediately felt a connection with this country and made her unconditional love for Japan her work.

Works by Lalasaïdko

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36 x 46 x 4 cm

515,00 €


36 x 46 x 4 cm

515,00 €


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