Banlieue Parisian artist Daco followed a blend of formal drawing education and self-teaching, but it was in graffiti and street art that he found his true medium of expression.
He was quickly attracted to the Wildstyle (complex, almost unreadable script), and created a unique, recognisable graphic calligraphy all his own. His favourite canvases are land brownfield sites and large-scale walls.
Daco is about identity illustration. He invented "graffaune" – a mix between graffiti scripts and fauna which now frolic across walls in France, Switzerland , Chile, Spain and Italy.