Yok & Sheryo

From Australia to Singapore to the world, this duo has been following their flow leading them to create stunning nomadic life paintings. Yok & Sheryo began by painting the streets, Their focus then shifted towards creating sculptures, ceramics artworks that lead to an outstanding and interactive, site-specific moving images and large-scale installations. Between New York and South East Asia, they are inspired by the culture, the lifestyle, the music, and the freedom when surfing and skateboarding stirring them to create distinctive, colourful artwork topping that experience by literally sharing it with the people. Works from the duo are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017. […]

Biography / Yok & Sheryo

From Australia to Singapore to the world, this duo has been following their flow leading them to create stunning nomadic life paintings. Yok & Sheryo began by painting the streets, Their focus then shifted towards creating sculptures, ceramics artworks that lead to an outstanding and interactive, site-specific moving images and large-scale installations. Between New York and South East Asia, they are inspired by the culture, the lifestyle, the music, and the freedom when surfing and skateboarding stirring them to create distinctive, colourful artwork topping that experience by literally sharing it with the people. Works from the duo are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.

Based throughout the world but originally coming from Singapore, Sheryo is a visual/mural artist, who has been painting the streets since 2005. She is best known for her 2D paintings and 3D sculptures, installations and moving images. Sheryo’s style is ascribed pulp illustrations and skateboard graphics, she is probably one of the rare that can make kitsch look fun.

Based somewhere around the world, Yok is an Australian born artist. His style got mainly influenced by the cartoon series Ren and Stimpy and later on lots of skateboarding graphics culture. After finishing a BA he followed his calling to see as much as he can and leave an imprint. He exhibited in places like Melbourne, Sydney, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Shanghai, New York, Tokyo and London; and has been invited to many street and art festivals. His style and message bring so much joy, which was probably one of the reasons why they connected with Sheryo so easily.

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