Etienne Bardelli (aka Akroe) is a French artist and graphic designer. He is born in 1977 and lives and works in Paris. His approach is focused on industrial design and its production, as he is inspired by its mechanisms and illusions. He was formed in applied art and he uses this knowledge in his personal productions: his installations, paintings and photographs. His work, made in situ and/or its desertion, interacts with both the space and all the connotations intrinsic in the premises. Through his music and fashion's collaborations he has developed a singular, meticulous graphic vocabulary. Bardelli's work has been exhibited in France and abroad. He recently produced monumental installations and works for National cultural institutes: “Nuit Blanche” 2011 and 2013 in Metz, “Musée des Arts Décoratifs” in Paris and “Centre Pompidou-Metz”.