A geometric skull rhythmatically assembled by Sylvain Bousseton. Visually translating the sensory experience of music.
Born at the end of the 70’s in the south of France, Sylvain Bousseton (aka: Sinke) has been involved within the art scene since the late 90’s. From an early age Sylvain felt a strong passion for drawing, which he later used to focus on graffiti, street art, then to study the arts, and finally visual communication.
Since 1996, Sylvain both organized and participated in various exhibitions where he showcased his graffiti work, and then progressively moved on to featuring his work in graphic design. He enjoys working with different types of mediums and materials, such as, paint, canvas, cardboard, wood, skate boards, and has even taken up toy sculptures. Though Sylvain has moved away from graffiti, his approach to design is similar in that the drawing, typography, and calligraphy remain as the core in all his projects.
Prints come in a variety of sizes. All prints include a 1/2" border for framing. Please note that an additional fee is placed on sizes larger than 8" x 10". Additional fees for larger prints will be calculated at checkout.