It was as an adolescent that Kan discovered graffiti. His meeting with Bom K pushed him to join the mythical DMV (Da Mental Vaporz) group. Defining himself as a "Street Pointillist", Kan went on to develop an innovative aesthetic.
Combining his passion for computing (or IT) and design with the traditional Graffiti technique, he established his reputation in a thousand and one ways. A complete and multidisciplinary artist, he produced several short films in collaboration with Lek and Sowat: "156,000", "Direct Tracks" and "Mausoleum".
Kan has been exhibiting in France since 2004 and since 2010 abroad (England, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia, Germany, South Korea, United States - San Francisco). In recent years, he has been participating in major French events such as "Mausoleum" and "Lasco Project" at the Tokyo Palace, then "Tour 13".