The realisation of the new mural took place last week in Lieusaint (Seine et Marne), a small town where David Walker had made a huge women portrait last year (Covered here).
Hiroyasu Tsuri was born on February 26, 1985 in Yokohama, Japan. He signs his work under the pseudonym of TWOONE (always written in capital letters). He has been living and working in Berlin since 2014, where he continues his artistic experimentation.
He creates monumental frescoes all over the world: Berlin, Australia, Falls Creek, Hong Kong, Miami, or Bangkok. With his rich and varied style, he likes to paint portraits or animals, realistic or dreamlike, but always closer to the essence of living beings.
Here in Lieusaint he drew a bird, more precisely an egret, located a few kilometres from the city where he was challenged by the comment of scientists about this wader: “No wintering this year.”
The bird he painted did not reappear this year near the basin. He did not come to winter. It inspired TWOONE with the idea of something, or someone who is lost or distant.