Fikos (1987, Athens) was first captivated by Byzantine Art at the young age of 10, when he began embroidering and drawing christian saints in coloured pencils. Active ever since the year 2000 in the street art scene as well, he combines both iconography and graffiti and creates “Contemporary Byzantine Painting”. During that time he is a student of Byzantine painting, his teacher the Greek master painter and iconographer Giorgos Kordis. Fikos becomes a muralist, having painted large-scale murals across the world, the most famous one being 46 meters high Earth and Sky in Kiev, Ukraine. The mural is the largest in the history of Byzantine Painting and the highest artwork in the history of Greek art since ancient years.

Racism (They Are Killing Our Sisters), 2020