Artwork information




Embroidery on canvas




66 cm x 56 cm


Signed on the back

Proof(s) of authenticity

Certificate of authenticity issued by Vangart and signed by the artist.

State of conservation

Very good




Lyon, France


With 'Yellow energy node', the street artist Piotre offers us an embroidered canvas of 66 by 56 cm on a background printed in red/orange gradient. The work is framed in an orange or blue American box (chosen at the time of purchase), spray-painted by the artist. The work has 211,097 stitches of embroidery.

This embroidery art is a limited edition of only 8 copies. Dimensions of the work out of frame: 60 x 50 cm and with frame: 66 x 56 cm.

About Vangart
Vangart is the perfect alliance between artistic creation and embroidery. Each collaboration is the result of a reflection with the artist on the choice of materials and colors to be used in order to faithfully transcribe his intentions. Each embroidered work represents several hours of work and hundreds of thousands of stitches which makes it totally unique.

Vangart collaborates with international artists to create limited edition embroidered works. Each work is numbered and delivered with a certificate of authenticity and signed by the artist. Delivery fee of 10 € for all France. For other destinations, do not hesitate to contact us.


Vangart's Studio in Lyon, France

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The artist



Emerging artistEmerging artist
Born in 1987


At just thirty years old, Pierre Ygouf better known under the pseudonym "Piotre" is part of this new generation of graffiti artists whose popularity continues to rise. Born in Caen, this young visual artist has always been precocious. If many artists swear they have always been passionate about art, in the case of Piotre, the formula seems appropriate. In fact, in kindergarten, the Caen native asserts that when he grows up, he will be a painter or a draughtsman and he asks for books on Picasso. A little later, he entered the applied arts high school, La Ruche, and graduated from Strate College, an art and design school in Paris. This jack-of-all-trades accumulates influences and does not hesitate to mix styles. He succeeds in the tour de force of marrying pop-art and street-art to perfection.

Piotre's work is largely influenced, more or less explicitly, by the masters of the late 20th century: Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat or Keith Haring, to name but a few.

An adjective that frequently comes up when talking about French is "hyperactive". Piotre needs to take on new challenges, to challenge the media and techniques used. He easily goes from the canvas in the studio to the fresco in the street. Piotre has also collaborated with major brands looking for a younger and fun image, such as the watchmaker Louis Pion. The graffiti artist is also solicited by cities to carry out large-scale projects (Lyon, Lisbon, Marrakech, Miami...).

The recipe for this dazzling success can be summed up in his singular style, recognizable at first glance.

Piotre makes it a point of honor to rehabilitate the work of personalities he considers underrated; he then integrates them into his over-vitaminized canvases. The graffiti artist favors a palette of primary colors that he then mixes with black and white to create stronger contrasts.

Finally, one cannot deny the importance of the world of American advertising of the fifties, as well as the comic strip on the work of Piotre.

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