illustration, grafitti

Suki Bamboo /   Bianca Angela Litscher

Switzerland 1974

Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti, Illustration

Suki Bamboo
Bianca Angela Litscher
December 31, 2014
Alias of Jasmina Sevic, a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013.

Bianca Angela Litscher aka Suki Bamboo, is a Swiss graffiti artist from Lucerne, born in 1974. In 1992 she started developing her own typical illustrative style: a mixture of hand drawing and digital design. Her works have show both, a romantic and a provocative and rough side.

Influenced by many different impressions like urban streetart, modern design, belle epoque or art nouveau, Suki Bamboo is always focused on formal aesthetics and color harmony. Her works are marked by influences from contemporary art young, urban street art, modern graphic design and retro elements of classical illustration and painting. She experiments with various new techniques and media and on this way she discovers a fresh creative space. She presents painted or plotted illustrations on canvases, screen prints, drawhings on paper on many exhibitions all over the world.

Moreover she was a member of the international Graffiti Stick Up Kids together with the two Swiss writers Shark and Mate , to which also two German Graffiti-artists DAIM and Can2 belonged. Also her name Zora became famous – she is one of the popular persons in the Rap-subculture. From 1993 untill 2002 she published 13 albums, among them is also the one, made in cooperation with the German rap artist Thomas D.

She is former editor of the international hip-hop magazine Make it better.