Jeanjérôme Petrel-Eutrope (1974, Nîmes, France) is a young artist who started painting graffiti in the late 1980s. His murals and taggs were inspired by the Zulu Nation style, a movement within the hiphop culture. Later he discovered new techniques at the Art School of Etampes, near Paris. His present style however, was developed during his stay in Sweden and is a subtle combination of Street Art, Art Nouveau and Decorative Art. His works are composed with the aid of stencils and painted with oil colour, acrylic colour, spray paint or acrylic markers, or a combination. Being involved in the world of roller skating and skate boarding, also skating equipment such as boards and shoes are transformed by his hand into pieces of art, using spray paint and markers. Jeanjérôme also devotes a part of his time teaching Street Art in primairy school in a playfull, different approach.