Since 2012, myFINBEC has had the pleasure of working with some of our favourite artists from around the world. These artists were invited to come to Sion, Switzerland and create a work of art on 84 stacked wood wine cases measuring 3 meters high by 2 meters wide.

Herakut

HERAKUT are a German street art duo of Hera and Akut. Akut's adds photorealistic details play out against Hera’s expressive, more gestural, line-work in canvases that seem poised to articulate stories of triumph and hardship

Website: http://www.herakut.de

ETAM CRU

ETAM CRU is a Polish street art duo of Bezt and Sainer. They paint incredible realistic portraits on a grande scale sometimes as high as a 10 story building. Their massive paintings can be seen in every corner of the world.

Website: http://www.etamcru.com

Herakut

Portugese artist Alexander Farto, also known as VHILS chooses to carve and cut into walls rather than paint on the surface. His artwork is mostly portraits of the local people created on buildings and he can carve these portraits in stone, wood and metal.

Website: http://www.alexandrefarto.com/

ETAM CRU

Christain Guemy / C215 is a Parisian street artist focused on stencil graffiti. Born in 1973, C215 started spray painting in 2005 and is today one of the finest, and most productive stencil artists on the street art scene.

Website: http://www.c215.fr

ETAM CRU

DAVID CHOE, a street artist from Los Angeles, has made is name as one of the world's top artists. He paints delicate psychedelic pictures, sometimes even in pastel watercolours, that usually revel in aggression and sexual violence.

Website: http://www.davidchoe.com

ETAM CRU

MODE2 started dabbling in graffiti in the 80s when street art was still an underground word of mouth movement. Mode2's work speaks out honestly about personal issues, ranging from love, lust, pregnancy and relationships to hip-hop culture and the environment.

Website: http://www.mode2.org

ETAM CRU

REVOK, is an American artist celebrated as one of the most daring and influential graffiti writers of his generation. His unique style and take no prisoners attitude means that his transition into the fine art world has been nothing short of earth-shattering.

Website: http://jasonrevok.com/

ETAM CRU

FAITH47, uses a wide range of media, her approach is explorative and substrate appropriate – from found and rescued objects, to time-layered and history-textured city walls and their accretions, to studio-prepared canvas and wood.

Website: http://www.faith47.com

ETAM CRU

ASKEW ONE, is recognized worldwide for his unique approach to graffiti art. Askew is self-taught in graphic design, illustration, photography, publishing, directing and editing music videos and moving images.

Website: http://www.askew1.com/

ETAM CRU

ESOW, a Japanese street artist based in Tokyo who has a unique style that blends urban art and old school graffiti style with skate culture and then adds traditional Asian brush techniques. He is considered one of the most influential street artists in Japan.

Website: https://www.instagram.com/esowom/