Kram began his life as a “graffiti” writer in 1996-97, like most teenagers of the time, he entered the world of urban art first through signatures (tags) and classic letters, and then quickly focused on creating more personal murals.
Since then, with a background between street art and the study of fine arts and illustration, Kram has not wanted to stop painting, be it large-format murals, personalized works, exhibitions or performances.
Kram’s work includes many works for leading brands, festivals, private commissions and even a collaboration with an award-winning Spanish film. Born, raised and based in Barcelona, Kram participates in many live painting events, exhibitions and urban art festivals around the world.
Kram’s style mixes lowbrow aesthetic pop surrealism with influences ranging from comics, graffiti and cartoons, creating a “fantastic universe of characters based on anthropomorphic animals” to reflect on the same human condition from a point of view “light and relaxed”.
In his work, “urban tribalism”, the dissection of the elements and the interior display are always present.