Hell’O collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. Now resumed to  Jerôme Meynen and Antoine Detaille, the collective developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings. They are represented in Brussels by Alice Gallery.

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell'O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

Hell’O, photo Jasmine Van Hevel

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