ENTER KIKO’S POETIC WORLD

KiKo’s Kids

They are the children of the word, particularly little vagrants robbed of their childhood: Gavroches from every era, street urchins, migrant children or tots in transition from one home to another. In their suitcases or tied into their bindle, the history, the secrets, the joy and all the bumps and bruises of a life sometimes too heavy for their little shoulders.

Charcoal and India ink on canvas. Spray paint and Epoxy resin.

The artworks are available in different sizes. Contact us if you want to place an order. Price on request.

Collection Pinocchio
195x120cm

La penseuse
150x150cm

Mon chien
116x89cm

Le coquelicot
116x89cm

La boudeuse
100x100cm

Capricieuse
116x89cm

Les liens en couleur
150x120cm

La Covid – Départ
100x100cm

Petit vagabond
100x100cm

Tendresse
150x150cm

Le papillon
100x100cm

Mon chat
120x100cm

La fille au lapin
162x130cm

Petit escargot
120x150cm

Je m’en vais
116x89cm

La fleur
116x89cm

Sur le départ
116x89cm

Le petit gangster
116x89cm

A la fenêtre
100x100cm

L’espiègle
150x150cm

Le coquelicot
120x100cm

Bohème
195x130cm

Le bateau
100x100cm

Le béret
100x100cm

Les bulles rouges
120x100cm

Kiss
100x120cm

L’enfant
60x78cm

La petite hippie
100x100cm

La petite bohémienne
116x89cm

Tax optimisation or leasing with purchase option

If you are a company (EURL, SARL SCI, Selarl, SAS, etc.) or self-employed (SEL, EI, etc.), by leasing with a purchase option, you can acquire works of art and deduct from your taxable income 100% of the rental fees paid.
By residual value on a forward sale to a third-party beneficiary (you or your company), the latter can become the owner of the work.

Our agent, working in collaboration with a tax optimisation expert, will manage your entire leasing transaction. Feel free to contact us for a free simulation or more information about leasing.

SLIP INTO KIKO’S PRIVATE WORLD

The studio

KiKo draws in charcoal, freehand onto the canvas, driven by the urgency of creation. He feeds off this adrenaline to relive what graffiti artists must have felt standing before the forbidden wall.