Heng is huge. 85 Kilos for two metres high, 2.5 metres with the arms extended, one machine. When you graffiti with him, it’s a chance. He is the one who paints the tops of the frescoes, he is the one who carries his little friends on his shoulders when they want to put a chrome on top of everyone along the motorway. After having been initiated to the imposed figures of vandal graffiti during his adolescence, he moved to Marseille to study graphics and exercise his many talents in the associative environment. He then actively participated in the creation of the book ’la France d’en Bas’ (France from below), the first book on graffiti in the South of France, which brings together the work of a hundred or so southern graffiti artists. In 2006, on the strength of these experiences, he founded with Hep !, Twis and Jaw the Marseille-based graphic design studio ’Drops’, specialising in everything related to digital and analogue creation: print, websites, logos, graphic charters, customised monumental frescoes, etc... In addition to his commercial work, numerous business trips and a hectic family life, he still finds time to learn to paint, the real thing, the one on canvas, which he multiplies in the calm of his studio. A veritable melting pot of pop influences clashes, in the cinemascope format of a child of the 80s. His obsession of the moment revolves around cities. Coloured cities on a cyclopean scale, vibrant tones, absurd advertisements, oversized buildings... That’s what I was saying. Heng is huge.