Aiiroh

Aiiroh - La galerie dédiée au Pop Art et au Street Art - Pop Art Gallery

Emerging artist Aiiroh exhibits his works internationally, particularly in Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

His work is characterized by very bright colors coupled with a well-defined style of figures and symbols.

He has also collaborated with the luxury brand Hublot and the renowned chef Nobu, skillfully integrating these brands into his works.

Born in Narbonne in 1987, Aiiroh discovered his passion for drawing at a very young age and worked as a graphic designer for several years. A true Street Art artist, he began graffitiing in urban spaces and gained recognition through the visibility of artists like Banksy.

Proficient in social media, he showcases his work, values, and messages on Instagram, where he is very active.

At PopArt Gallery, we appreciate his ability to integrate brands, icons, and contemporary symbols, and to play with our relationship with mass consumption. He captures our attention by appealing to our memories and Pop Culture references through characters from cult films or essential video games.

Aiiroh masters various techniques, including stencils, acrylic, spray paint, oil-based markers, and collage. This allows him to offer a wide range of works. Additionally, the variety of mediums he uses is limited only by his imagination!

17 products

  • Mario par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh Mario par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Mario par Aiiroh & Namisen

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a Shihan master, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. His favorite subjects are animated characters, manga and films from his childhood, as well as American icons.

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    €900,00

  • Wish for Peace, prepare for Art - Aiiroh Wish for Peace, prepare for Art - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Wish for Peace, prepare for Art

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    This work is a print on 300g/m² Fine Art paper by the street art artist Aiiroh limited to 50 copies. An evocative creation by artist Aiiroh. This masterpiece depicts a column of stormtroopers against a vibrant street art background. Assembled with painstaking attention to detail, the juxtaposition of these iconic figures against the colorful cityscape invites reflection on the intersection between power, conflict and artistic expression. With each brushstroke, Aiiroh prompts reflection on the delicate balance between aspirations for peace and the realities of a world shaped by art and war.

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    €500,00

  • Aiiroh Force One - Aiiroh Aiiroh Force One - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Aiiroh Force One

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    This work is a print on 300g/m² Fine Art paper by street art artist Aiiroh. In this work, Aiiroh takes us into his vision of urban art by personalizing a pair of Jordan Air Force and contrasting these sneakers with a black and white New York background.

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    €550,00

  • Back to the future - Aiiroh Back to the future - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Back to the future

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    Back To The Future is a work that uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist Aiiroh . In this work, the artist is inspired by the film Back to the Future, an American science fiction film directed by Robert Zemeckis. This film chronicles the adventures of Marty McFly who travels through time aboard a DeLorean.

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    €800,00

  • Da Vinci Muse par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh Da Vinci Muse par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Da Vinci Muse by Aiiroh & Namisen

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a Shihan master, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. Here, the artists offer us a reinterpretation of the Mona Lisa in a Pop Art version.

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    €600,00

  • Sale -25% Escape from the Museum - Aiiroh Escape from the Museum - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Escape from the Museum

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    This work uses several techniques specific to Pop Art: lithography on resin panel, enhanced with acrylic paint by hand by the artist. As you will have recognized, Aiiroh here takes up one of Piet Mondrian's works (Composition with Red Blue and Yellow) produced in 1930 by the Dutch artist. The format of the work allows it to be hung on the wall very easily and benefits from a strong decorative aspect and very beautiful originality.

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    €2.000,00€1.500,00

  • AstroBoy - Aiiroh AstroBoy - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh AstroBoy

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    Aiiroh & Namisen offers us here their version of Astroboy (the little robot) by Osamu Tezuka published between 1952 and 1968 then broadcast in France from 1986. By taking the silhouette of Astro in pencil and integrating psychedelic colors , the 2 artists tick all the boxes of Pop Art. This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a master Shihan, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. His favorite subjects are animated characters, manga and films from his childhood, as well as American icons.

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    €600,00

  • The Fab Four par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh The Fab Four par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh The Fab Four by Aiiroh & Namisen

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    Aiiroh & Namisen offers us here their version of the Beatles' Abbey Road cover or the 4 members of the group across a pedestrian crossing. By taking the silhouettes of the Beatles in pencil and integrating psychedelic colors, the two artists tick all the boxes of Pop Art. This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a master Shihan, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. His favorite subjects are animated characters, manga and films from his childhood, as well as American icons.

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    €1.500,00

  • London Wars - Aiiroh London Wars - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh London Wars

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    This work uses several techniques specific to Pop Art: lithography on resin panel, enhanced with acrylic paint by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh represents the city of London, at war, by highlighting certain monuments of the city (Big Ben, the Ferris wheel, etc.) alongside explosions and certain elements from the Star Wars saga (tie fighter, all-terrain armored transport vehicles TB-TT) all with Street Art sauce!

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    €2.000,00

  • Sale -33% Albert Einstein par Aiiroh et Collell - Aiiroh Albert Einstein par Aiiroh et Collell - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Albert Einstein by Aiiroh and Collell

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artists. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with Jean-Michel Collell who is a specialist in p metal mesh ortraits that stun with their photorealistic appearance.

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    €900,00€600,00

  • Sale -33% Ambre par Aiiroh et Collell - Aiiroh Ambre par Aiiroh et Collell - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Amber by Aiiroh and Collell

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artists. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with Jean-Michel Collell who is a specialist in p metal mesh ortraits that stun with their photorealistic appearance.

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    €900,00€600,00

  • Sale -56% Michael Jackson par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh Michael Jackson par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Michael Jackson by Aiiroh & Namisen

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a master Shihan, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. His favorite subjects are animated characters, manga and films from his childhood, as well as American icons.

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    €900,00€400,00

  • Sale -56% Minnie Mouse par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh Minnie Mouse par Aiiroh & Namisen - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Minnie Mouse by Aiiroh & Namisen

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh works in collaboration with the young Japanese artist Namisen. Originally from the suburbs of Osaka, she is a master Shihan, the highest rank in the Japanese calligraphic art, Shodou. After a stint at the Nagoya School of Fine Arts, and influenced by the work of Ernst Kolb, she refined a unique and characteristic style through which she represents these subjects using fine and multiple lines, until obtain disconcerting portraits of light and shadow. His favorite subjects are animated characters, manga and films from his childhood, as well as American icons.

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    €900,00€400,00

  • Cutted HOPE - Aiiroh Cutted HOPE - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Cutted HOPE

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    This work was created using several techniques: collage on resin panel and acrylic paint applied by the artist. This is a resumption of the Hope sculpture visible in New York and created in 2008 by Robert Indiana to send a message of hope and peace. You can therefore admire it with its sister “LOVE” in the Midtown district of New York. This cover by the artist Aiiroh is one of his flagship sculptures which takes up all the codes of the artist.

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    €3.000,00

  • Sale -51% Yoda - Aiiroh Yoda - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Yoda

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    This work uses several techniques specific to Pop Art: lithography on resin panel, enhanced with acrylic paint by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh highlights Yoda , an emblematic character from Starwars, renowned for his wisdom in contrast to the codes of mass consumption. References to Star Wars (Stormtrooper, Darth Vader...) are frequently used by the artist but this work is distinguished by a choice of colors which makes this work very decorative and unique.

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    €2.000,00€990,00

  • Mario - Aiiroh Mario - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh Mario

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    This work uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist. In this work, Aiiroh uses several elements from Nintendo's Super Mario game: Mario the hero of the saga, the stars which make you invincible, the fire flowers which allow you to throw fireballs and the Koopas Troopas which are the turtles with the shells of different colors. Here, the messages are hidden in the details. The stars in the eyes show us the attraction to light and the desire that is expressed while the finger in the nose reminds us of childhood and the naivety that we show towards the world around us.

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    €900,00

  • Sale -6% American Hipster - Aiiroh American Hipster - Aiiroh

    Aiiroh American Hipster

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    American Hipster is a work that uses several Street Art techniques by combining lithography on 300g/m² Fine Art paper combined with acrylic paint applied by hand by the artist Aiiroh . In this work, the artist revisits the American Gothic painting created in 1930 by Grant Wood which represented an atypical house of the time and its inhabitants supposed to live there. In his reinterpretation, Aiiroh gives his current vision of the painting by portraying the characters of the initial work, cold and austere, as American Hipsters.

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    €800,00€750,00

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