Mr. June – Adventures in Colour and Rhythm

This is the story of Mr. June (David Louf), a Dutch artist who started doing graffiti in 1985, at the age of 14. Now, over 30 years later, he runs his own graphic design studio with Yves van Asten and is still fascinated by the transition between 2D and 3D. Over the years they’ve worked for a wide range of companies, including Adidas, Heineken, Sanoma and Universal music. David’s murals can be found in places like London, New York, Miami and Ibiza.

Creating a third dimension

Mr. June’s work combines geometric rhythm with fluid lines. His use of shading creates an impressive 3-dimensional effect, often interacting with the intricacies of his ‘canvas’ – the building he is enriching with his art.

 

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