Jisbar (born in 1989) is one of the most prominent figures of his generation in the world of pop-street art. Jisbar has exhibited in a lot of galleries around the world and in prestigious museums such as Manarat Al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi, the National Museum of Immigration’s History in Paris, the Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz California, the Technology and Maritime Museum in Malmo (Sweden), and the Postcard Museum in Bau (France).

Jisbar artworks, a mix of reality and fiction, offer another perspective on the outside world.

In 2019, Jisbar was the first artist to exhibit a painting into the outer space in orbit around Earth.

Jisbar work is best known for his (re)interpretations of classical and historical paintings. His creations are an invitation to discover or rediscover the most famous works of art mixed with the codes of pop culture, bringing a touch of modernity and making them more understandable to people who are usually less sensitive to them. Each artwork is more than just a homage, as it has been enriched with words, sentences, numbers, and drawings that create a whole new story to decrypt and push the audience to focus on every single detail so they can find new elements at every new glance.

Jisbar likes to say that each of his works represents “moments of life”, like a memory that is immortalized in a photo album.

Jisbar in his Studio in France
Photo credits: @Jisbar

Jisbar in his Studio in France
Photo credits: @Jisbar

Jisbar (born in 1989) is one of the most prominent figures of his generation in the world of pop-street art. Jisbar has exhibited in a lot of galleries around the world and in prestigious museums such as Manarat Al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi, the National Museum of Immigration’s History in Paris, the Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz California, the Technology and Maritime Museum in Malmo (Sweden), and the Postcard Museum in Bau (France).

Jisbar artworks, a mix of reality and fiction, offer another perspective on the outside world.

In 2019, Jisbar was the first artist to exhibit a painting into the outer space in orbit around Earth.

Jisbar work is best known for his (re)interpretations of classical and historical paintings. His creations are an invitation to discover or rediscover the most famous works of art mixed with the codes of pop culture, bringing a touch of modernity and making them more understandable to people who are usually less sensitive to them. Each artwork is more than just a homage, as it has been enriched with words, sentences, numbers, and drawings that create a whole new story to decrypt and push the audience to focus on every single detail so they can find new elements at every new glance.

Jisbar likes to say that each of his works represents “moments of life”, like a memory that is immortalized in a photo album.

jisbar Works

Jisbar‘s most popular works are made with the use of mixed techniques on canvas, through spray paint, oil, markers and acrylics, and are all signed, titled and dated on the back.

Below is a selection of artworks created by Jisbar and now available in The Strip Gallery.

 

Jisbar Universal Rock Mona

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Universal Rock Mona, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

100 x 81 cm

Jisbar “Frida and Diego”

Jisbar

Frida and Diego, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

146 x 114 cm

Jisbar, Legend Alì, 2021

Jisbar

Legend Alì, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

130 x 97 cm

Jisbar, Legend Jordan, 2021

Jisbar

Legend Jordan, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

130 x 97 cm

Jisbar, Japan City, 2019

Jisbar

Japan City, 2019

Mixed media on canvas

73 x 60 cm

Jisbar, Free Liberty, 2021

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Free Liberty, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

116 x 89 cm

Jisbar, MonoP Gentleman, 2020

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MonoP Gentleman, 2020

Mixed media on canvas

50 × 61 cm

Jisbar, Mickey Shopping Luxe, 2020

Jisbar

Mickey Shopping Luxe, 2020

Mixed media on canvas

50 × 61 cm

Jisbar, Son of a…, 2020

Jisbar

Son of a…, 2020

Mixed media on canvas

116 × 89 cm

jisbar News

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Jean-Baptiste Launay, a.k.a. Jisbar, never ceases to surprise us and reinvent itself for new exciting projects. From art to sport, the French artist collaborates with the most famous sportsmen art lovers in the world.

Jisbar’s works of art are able to give us strong emotions, the street & pop art style also allows the new generations, the youngest and those who never thought they could be passionate about art, to approach this fascinating world .

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Jisbar has exhibited in a large number of galleries around the world and in prestigious museums such as the Manarat Al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi, the National Museum of Immigration’s History in Paris, the Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz California, the Technology and Maritime Museum in Malmo (Sweden) and the Postcard Museum in Bau (France). Jisbar’s works of art, a mix of reality and fiction, offer a particular and different perspective of the outside world.

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French neo-pop artist Jisbar has sent his Mona Lisa into orbit around Earth, a pop-art piece paying tribute to the genius of Leonardo da Vinci to celebrate the 500th anniversary of this eternal artist-traveller.

To make this project possible, the artist had to recreate his Punk Mona, changing his usual techniques by using acrylic paint, oil and aerosol cans in order to create a painting that can withstand extreme weather conditions when projected into space.

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