Jordane Saget is a contemporary urban artist based in Paris. Like Keith Haring in the New York streets of the 1980s, Jordane’s work shapes the identity of today’s Paris.
For over a decade, Jordane has developed a unique visual style, based on a trio of evocative if enigmatic lines, becoming a distinctive element in the Parisian street art world.
Since 2015, he has been roaming the streets of Paris drawing his lines with chalk or brushes. In a few years, he has created nearly 2000 works, ephemeral or permanent.
More and more recognized, his work has been the subject of several exhibitions and has led to more and more collaborations with various artists and organizations: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Agnès b., Printemps, Les Enfoirés, la Samaritaine…
And the lines keep weaving… Lifelines.