Miss. Tic is an urban artist and poet from France. She was born in Montmartre. Her family shifted to Orly in Suburbs of Paris when she was still young. Her father, mother and brother died when she was still young. This tragedy left big imprint on her life. After her secondary school education she spent some years training for applied arts: decoration of theatres and photogravure. Then she left France to spend sometime in California, USA. Following a heart ache she decided to return to France, and translated her sentiments into an urban art. She specially makes paintings on the themes like affection, love, female liberty and relationship. She has painted many paintings on the walls of the different districts of Paris, most notably, Montorgueil, Mouffetard, Menilmontant and 13th district of Paris. Her paintings often show seductive and sexy women accompanied by a short sentence which often force us to contemplate the role played by woman in our society. Her preferred colours are red and black.
Her rebellious attitude against the norms of the society resulted in her arrest and trial for the degradation of the public property due to her paintings in 1997. This trial concluded in 2000 and she was fined 4500 Euros. Nowadays, whenever she wants to draw something she first asks the permission of the property owner. Some traders, restaurant and bar owners like her works very much. Here we present some of her amazing works.