Ligne d’Horizon


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  • Edition size: 50
  • 72 cm x 92 cm (28.35 inches x 36.22 inches)
  • Paper BFK Rives 270 g.
    Lithograph 1 color printed with Marinoni press lithographic and hand cut.
    Signed and numbered by the artist.

My style is in-between abstraction and figuration, there are common elements and abstract elements that can arouse in the spectator its own analysis. It is, therefore, a completely open analysis democratic graphic artwork.

It’s a lithograph I wanted to create since a long time because the composition for me is very important and being able to see it reproduced as a lithograph it was a way to mark my desire to give a little more space and scope. It’s an horizon line, like the name of this lithograph. It was about how to succeed with a simple graphic element such as the module to give it scope and depth. It’s basically a demonstration of composition.


Mehdi Cibille has been graphist, director of big communication agencies before being street artist full time. Specialized in noughts and cross’ games arty representation, his style highlights the link between art, sciences and mathematics in all his artworks. Mehdi Cibille, also called “Le MoDuLe de ZeeR”. He took “Le MoDuLe de ZeeR” as his street name because this name’s calligraphy allowed him a perfect symmetry and flow : he can overlay letters. Le MoDule De ZeeR (LMDLDZR) is a logo black and white which embodies Mehdi Cibille’s artistic touch.

Mehdi Cibille creates dark lines which form a complex matter, a volume which seems to come from another galaxy. His noughts and cross’ are like spaceships lost in the modern space. They can also be understood as a way to create a robotic language or network. Would it be the version 2.0 of L’Hourloupe by Jean Dubuffet (paintings series from 1962 to 1974) ? It might also be a new way of writing or communicating: everyone can feel and have its own interpretation : there are always mysteries behind Mehdi Cibille’s drawings that it’s so interesting to look for and discover.

Mehdi Cibille have already took part of a lot of exhibitions in Paris, New York, Genève, he has also collaborated with the designer Agnès b, the famous gallery owner Magda Danysz or Jennifer Flay, FIAC’s director. Discover his lithograph “Start Game Over Soluce” , edited and produced in exclusivity by Print Them All.