Born in 1971, Fouad aka Ceet is a Moroccan graffiti artist. A self-taught artist, he started painting walls at his youngest age, along with the True School of Toulouse, and developed his own playful and entertaining imaginary using bubble letters. As an expert traveller, Ceet once found himself in a restaurant in China, having to draw what he wanted to eat. It was the first time he ever drew his famous chicken, making his friends laugh; Ceet then understood that he could turn it into his signature. Now the artist plays with the cultural meanings linked with this animal. In France “chickens” represent cops whereas in China, “chicks” is a term used in reference to prostitutes.

 Graffiti artist, painter, but also sculptor and designer, Ceet has collaborated with big brands such as Adidas, Le coq sportif, Prada, Lancel… He decided to settle in China where he mainly draws his influence.

 Ceet is a committed representative of Jardin Rouge’s project. He visits regularly and is presently producing a series on major figures of music and film.

Ask for the catalogue of available works of CEET

(Selected exhibitions)


Los chicanos, Wallworks, Paris, France


JOYCE Gallery Solo Show, Beijing, China

34 FINE ART  Gallery Group show, Cap Town, South Africa

COMPTON ART Gallery Solo show, Hong Kong

Red One, JARDIN ROUGE, Group Show, Marrakech, Morocco

BIENNALE URBAN ART Group Show Museum, Volklugen, Germany


L’aile Ou La Cuisse, Mahé Le Bourdonnais, Saint Denis, La Réunion, France

Group Show – Red Light District, Jardin Rouge, Marrakech, Morocco

Group Show – Behind The Red Wall, Jardin Rouge, Marrakech, Morocco

I Believe I Can Touch The Sky, Barbara Stanley Gallery, London, UK