LeHo is a contemporary artist born in Tainan, China. He currently resides in Taiwan. The word "LeHo" means "Hello" in Taiwanese; representing a vision of greeting all beings around the world by art. "A dream is how I describe my art, wishing it would cast light on even the most hopeless folks. Although throughout our world, frustration exists, I want to make people brighter when they see art." The subject matter of LeHo's mural works centers around animals being the carriers of information, depicting human emotions, stories and beliefs. These creatures enable their audience to read into the values and vibes through their various forms and brilliant colors. After years of searching, exploration, and participation in the realm of public art, LeHo's creature creations have become a unique symbol of vitality in the city. He has participated in the International Warriors Street Art Festival for three consecutive sessions, since 2017.

”Recall & Afresh”

”Civilization is a fragile thing, but life isn’t.
Inspired by The Ashes Dog and Lupa Capitolina.”

  All the people and things encountered during my stay in Italy are very unforgettable experiences. Although it is difficult to describe in words, the most profound experience is the high appreciation and participation of Europeans in art. Different audiences have different ways to experience, and some will follow what I said what I saw and felt in the work. Some people gave us pizza, Limoncello, Espresso, and recruited fans would come to see us every day. Even if they didn't speak English, they would try to talk to you in their language. Or just random people that would just pass by will also say Grazie (thank you) to the artists that were creating their artworks. This trip allowed me to see the value of art again. The artists provided a different perspective on the world. When different perspectives are mixed with, the explosion is a way for us to create culture. 

  Perhaps this land is not the source of street art culture, we habitually learn to imitate. But one day in the future, we will be able to seriously experience art and feel the artist's point of view, and not only regarding street art and murals as a source of social traffic. I believe we will create more meaningful and meaningful works.” – LeHo


“La civiltà è una cosa fragile, ma la vita non lo è.
Ispirato da The Ashes Dog e Lupa Capitolina."

  Tutte le persone e le cose incontrate durante il mio soggiorno in Italia sono state esperienze davvero indimenticabili. Sebbene sia difficile da descrivere a parole, l'esperienza più profonda è l'alto apprezzamento e partecipazione degli europei all'arte. Pubblici diversi hanno modi diversi di sperimentare e alcuni seguiranno ciò che si dice e ciò che si vede e sente nel lavoro. Alcune persone ci davano pizza, limoncello, caffè espresso e fan reclutati venivano a trovarci ogni giorno. Anche se non parlavano inglese, provevano a parlarci nella loro lingua. O solo persone a caso che erano passate dicendo grazie agli artisti che stavano creando le loro opere. Questo viaggio mi ha permesso di rivedere il valore dell'arte. Gli artisti hanno fornito una prospettiva diversa sul mondo. Quando si mescolano prospettive diverse, l'esplosione è un modo per noi di creare cultura.


  Forse questa terra non è la fonte della cultura della street art, abitualmente impariamo a imitare. Ma un giorno in futuro, saremo in grado di vivere seriamente l'arte e sentire il punto di vista dell'artista, e non solo riguardo alla street art e ai murales come fonte di traffico sociale. Credo che creeremo opere più significative e significative”. – LeHo