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Originally educated as an engineer, street artist Jussi TwoSeven (b.1983) is a self-taught visual artist, whose background is in graffiti and street art. In his youth he was influenced by the graffiti culture of the1990’s and made his first graffiti at the age of 13. Since 2004, Jussi TwoSeven has painted, using his self-developed spray paint and stencil technique, numerous permanent and temporary public works as well as private and commercial commissions. During the past decade, the large-scale animal motif paintings by Jussi TwoSeven have conquered the cityscapes home and abroad. His latest public wall painting in Finland, "Asio Otus" (2022), can be found at Kupittaa in Turku. In 2018 at Fringe Festival in Brighton the wolves of his work “All City Movement” ran around the urban wall spaces of the city. Since 2009 Jussi TwoSeven has participated in several group exhibitions in Finland and abroad. In 2022, his wall size “Bird of Prey” (Accipiter gentilis), depicting the Northern goshawk, was seen in an exhibition “Animal as Hunter” at Musée de la Chasee & de la Nature in Paris. In addition, his works have been seen in Australia, Scandinavia and Central Europe. He has held several solo shows in Finland, for example at Kimmo Pyykkö Museum in Kangasala and Galleria Heino in Helsinki. His works on canvas and paper can be found in several public and private collections in Finland.