"2005 is the year for the resurrection of the Banania on the walls of France.
Banania has become a "madeleine de Proust" for the aboriginals.
For the french people from diverse origins, it is a symbol of cannibalism and is barely an insult.
This Banania serie was born from anger.
I replace this character in the context of the war of 14-18, in the trenches, of the blood and the death.
The picture of the Senegalese sharpshooter is used again to sell chocolate."
HETA-UMA - collective exposition - MIAM, Sète
AFRICAPARIS - Carreau du temple, Paris
FREAK WAVE - Le point éphémère, Paris
BANANIARD - Cartel | Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille
HEY! Modern Art & Pop Culture / Part II - Halle Saint-Pierre Museum, Paris
Bonhommes; front page - AAARG! Edition
Nanarland Le livre des Mauvais Films Sympathiques; front page - Label 619 Edition
Card illustrations - METAKUKAZ
Hôpital Brut - le Dernier Cri Edition
HEY! Magazine n°10 - Ankama
HÔPITAL BRUT - le Dernier Cri Edition
2nd place at the painting competition for the agents of the city of Paris
3rd place - Salon des peintres d'Outre-mer
DNSEP painting specialty at Beaux-Arts, Besançon
Art plastic license at La Sorbonne, Paris
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