Pstolë and Supapouik are two artists who came up independantly in French street art culture. They met in 2008 while at school and have been drawing together ever since under the THTF namesake.
The collective was launched in november 2009 (things move fast these days,) and has since been witness to a number of large scale works, mainly in black and white, created to be thrown up on walls in and around France.
Their work doesn’t stop at monochrome imagery though. The pair draw inspiration from a number of areas including surrealism, geometrick form and composition, natural materials and of course, a little color here and there.
They aren’t confined to illustration either, creating large scale paintings and suclptures as well. Generally though, Pstolë and Supapouik seem to prefer using the street as their salle d’exposition, opting to get the word out about their work the old fashioned way.