Born in 1975, Shaka (Marchal Mithouard) lives and works in Paris. Founder of an iconic crew of the southern suburbs of Paris, DKP, he directed the early 90s his first wild creations. Attracted by alternative movements and against-cultural Shaka feeds his influences, like the English culture of the 80. The confrontation with the English scene and the first echoes lettering New York experience impact his young artist, itself marked by the work of great masters such as Van Gogh, Vermeer or the German Expressionist school. Shaka is not limited to express his art on the walls of the Paris region, following studies at the Sorbonne that allows it to obtain a master of fine art in 1999. Artist strengthens the contact academia, rich cultural encounters. serve it Graffiti experimental laboratory, without limit, but also the street work, Shaka stands quickly around a particular use of the web. With his experience, travel and meetings, Shaka explore, experiment develops a unique technique which is superimposed plastic sense and research. Shaka between then in 2007 a new era, he directs his work toward a carved painting which combines speech and movement, incorporating uniquely 3D.Starting in 2008 he became an institutional recognition and participates sales Million-Cornette de Saint Cyr and Associates Million. In 2009, he collaborated with TAG exhibition at the Grand Palais (Paris) and exhibited his work in the English art gallery Prescription (Brighton) for his first international experience. His work has since been exhibited in Brazil, Germany and the United States. recently in 2012, when the exhibition "human behavior" on SEIZE gallery in Marseille, Shaka presents his latest work in bas-relief, sound synthesis evolution of his artistic orientation.Shaka, in the image of his works, the way it extends another artistic dynasty, giving place to the urban art fairs. Shaka Thus seduced and rout, breaking the canvas, he redefines freedom. He gives us an art which wants a painting of human excesses and the absurdity of some of our behaviors. In Shaka, the masks fall, transcribing the true nature of man, through caricatures.