LeHo is a contemporary artist born in Tainan in1995. 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, center 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.  

LeHo是現居台灣的當代藝術家。 在台語中的意思是“ 你好”。這個名字也代表他的願景:透過藝術給予世界上所有人一個溫暖的問候。
“夢是我描述我的藝術的方式,即使對最絕望的人也能被此照亮,儘管我們的世界存在著那些挫折感,我想要讓人們看到藝術心情就能變好。” Leho 說

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. 

Collaborations include: Honghui Plaza, Ministry of Culture, Blueprint Cultural Park, Taipei City Government Water Resources Department, Rainbow Paint, The Wallriors, Tailv Oasis Street Art Festival, Rong Hospital Tainan Branch, Qingwang Construction, Jihe Container park...
經過多年的壁畫創作、探索並參與了公共藝術領域, 那些他在街頭上創造的幻獸已經成為生命力的獨特標誌。自2017年開始,已連續三屆參加國際苓雅街頭藝術節。合作過的單位有:宏匯廣場、文化部、藍曬圖文化園區、台北市政府水利處、虹牌油漆、Wallriors、台鋁綠洲街頭文化藝術季、榮總醫院台南分院、慶旺建設、集盒貨櫃園區等等...

" Through Street Art, 
I'm seeking a way to inspire people believe in life and see how beautiful it is."
"Through these colors and creatures, I want the audience who pass by to re-experience the imagination, tranquility and harmony of life. This triggers them to think about the connection between art and life, and as a result, plant this seed of inspiration in their hearts. "
Adobe Art Walk :  Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Watch the video to see LeHo talk about his giant mural and discover how Kaohsiung city has become a cultural center by embracing street art, sanctioning graffiti areas and bringing artists into the urban planning. Take your own tour through the city using the attached map, which shows the locations of pieces featured in the video. 


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