A word about the street art artwork presented:
The street art artist M.CHAT presents a street art object of great use: the M.CHAT protective mask, which will give you a smile to your ears!
Our online art gallery offers you this M.CHAT mask to cover your nose and mouth, in accordance with AFNOR standards and health recommendations related to Covid-19.
This mask is one size fits all.
Don’t forget to continue to respect the barrier gestures in order to protect your health and that of those around you. M.CHAT cares.
Special features of the M.CHAT mask:
- Adult-sized protective mask (18 x 16.5 cm)
- Double thickness, compliant with AFNOR standards
- OEKO-TEX certified fabrics, reusable and washable more than 35 times at 70oC.
Warning: This mask is not a medical device and does not replace compliance with government hygiene and policy conditions.
A word about the artist M.CHAT:
M.CHAT, aka Thoma Vuille, was born in Switzerland in 1977.
He moved to France in the 1990s, where his career as astreet art artistbegan.
The figure of M.CHAT appeared in Orleans in the late 1990s, while Thoma Vuille intervened in classes with underprivileged children. M.CHAT will then become a way for theartist to take children on the walls of the world.
M.CHAT is today an emblematic figure of street art,and Thoma Vuille is a very influential street art artist of this artistic movement.
The yellow and smiling figure of M.CHAT is present on the streets of many countries of the world, especially in Paris and Seoul.
Thoma Vuille‘s intention is to “put human and love in the city”.
M.CHAT is present in street art exhibitions and contemporary art exhibitions all over the world, as well as in numerous street art collections.