ZUMI's graffiti assumes the function of a lotus flower in society, bringing the beauty and serenity of nature and the cosmos to noisy urban centers that are almost invisible to the hurried eyes of passersby. The idea is to make urban art have a positive impact.
Mystical, spiritual and psychedelic elements illustrate the Argentine artist's thought-provoking work. From the northern lights to symbolic animals, such as the deer, the panda and the owl. Its geometric compositions and dark and metallic colors stand out for its minimalist design.
Inspired by Buddhist philosophy, ZUMI took its signature to walls and building facades in Germany, Belgium, Holland, England, Poland and Austria. ZUMI has a background in the fashion area and before moving to the capital of São Paulo, he was a member of the Expression Sessions group, in Buenos Aires.