César de Fernando Bravo, better known as Soen, is a Spanish artist. He studied art at the Artistic Baccalaureate at the School of Art number 3 in Madrid. From the year 2000, he became interested in graffiti, which he continues to practice although less frequently, but which gives him experience in the spray painting technique and broadens the field of artistic creation.
Since then, there have been numerous artistic works that he has done in small and large formats, both indoors and outdoors, public and commercial establishments in Madrid, Spain, and other countries.
“Amazed by the Roman crafts, with this still life, I try to represent the Resurrection from the amphorae, in different ways the anti-theft alarm represents the illegal, the transgressive, the corrupt, as well as a debate between what we consider moral or immoral. Plants show life and nature. Brushes represent art.” – Soen Bravo
“Stupito dall'artigianato romano, con questa natura morta, cerco di rappresentare la Resurrezione dalle anfore, in diversi modi l'allarme antifurto rappresenta l'illegale, il trasgressivo, il corrotto, oltre a un dibattito tra ciò che consideriamo morale o immorale. Le piante mostrano la vita e la natura. I pennelli rappresentano l'arte.” – Soen Bravo