Jean-FranÃ§ois Perroy, better known under the alias of Jef AÃ©rosol, is a French stencil art pioneer in that has been active since the 80’s. Jef’s style often mixes in black & white portraits of well known musicians and artists with the anonymous on the street. His trademark signature are those famous and mysterious red arrows.
Since the museum gate is locked you will only be able to see it during it’s opening hours of the CENTRALE for contemporary art at Place Sainte-Catherine 44, Brussels.
Portaits of Warhol, Basquiat & Twiggy by Jef AÃ©rosol
Disenfranchised Kid by Jef AÃ©rosol
Jean-Michel Basquiat by by Jef AÃ©rosol
Warhol, Twiggy & disenfranchised Kid by Jef AÃ©rosol
Whole set s of Warhol, Basquiat & disenfranchised Kid by Jef AÃ©rosol
A very nice example of Stencil graffiti art found at 7 Rue du ChÃªne, Brussels made by one of the fist French street art pioneers from the 80’s, Jef AÃ©rosol. His mark has been on the walls of cities cities all over the world such as: Amsterdam, Beijing, Brussels, Chicago, Lisbon, London, New-York Paris, Rome,etc.
Location of Jef AÃ©rosol’s Stencil graffiti art in Brussels:
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Found at the 2nd Hand Record Store Music Store
From right across the street
Jim Morrison & Bob Dylan