Alone at the end of her life, the artist wanted her audience to attend her funeral

The Parisian artist, Miss Tic, has joined the stars. These artworks have remained engraved on the walls of Paris. Having hidden her private life, the dark-haired lady took her intimate secrets with her. Here are some collected lines about his life and journey.

Miss Tek, whose real name is Razia Novat, was a brilliant street artist who succeeded in this profession. We learn about his art by his stencil and spray can technique. She often depicted a slender brunette in her image.

The Parisian artist was born in 1946 in central France. She was born to a Tunisian father and a Norman mother. His childhood was turned upside down due to the early departure of his relatives.

French artist Miss. Teck attends a panel discussion on June 13, 2011 in Saint-Malo, Brittany, western France, during the 22nd edition of the “Amazing Voyageurs” literature festival. | Photo: Getty Images

Difficult Years – Early Death of Close Family Members

A tragic accident in 1956 turned Razia’s life upside down when she was only ten years old. Her mother and brother lost their lives there and found herself alone with her father. A few years later, the ordeal continues, as young Miss Tic must also face the latter’s disappearance after a heart attack.

Then she remained for some time under the care of her mother-in-law, who gave her her work in her pub. The latter had thought about sending her to Tunisia, but the young artist decided to flee, certainly fearing that she would find herself alone in this country she did not know.

French street artist Miss Tic creates a work on October 24, 2013 near the auction room of the Hôtel Drouot in Paris. Several street artists have created pieces near the Drouot Hotel, set for sale May 24, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images

Despite her accuracy, she did odd jobs in the polytechnic. Then she left to join a friend in California. After that, she gradually entered the world of art and poetry.

work and catch

During her stay in California, Miss Tic discovered underground hip-hop. Upon her return to the country, she emerged as a poet. She already had the hands of an artist, who chose to affix pictures to her writing.

She started in 1985 with her stencil-made self-portrait, “J’enfile l’Art-mur pour bombard des mots cours.” She will sign Miss Tic, a signature inspired by the Scrooge cartoon.

Street graffiti artist/illustrator Miss Tic (Miss.Tic or Radhia de Ruite) and her dog Nana pose with her works during the exhibition “Des Mots Coeurs”: Miss Tic’s exhibition at Galerie Brugier Rigail on May 31, 2018 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

In fact, “Miss Tick” is Scrooge’s favorite coin-stealing little witch. I took the ‘k’ out of ‘mark’ to make it look more like ‘sign’ which is a surprise.

In the 1990s, the number of wishers and graffiti increased and the police were stricter. Unfortunately, the artist was arrested in 1997 for her work “Égérie et j’ai pleuré” which she painted on the Marais wall. You should know that this arrest cost him a fine of 4,500 euros.

Despite this, the artist does not allow himself to be discouraged and continues his journey. Preferring to formalize her artwork, she decided to work with town halls and merchants. From there, his art became famous and noticed by Vuitton and Kenzo.

Subsequently, the brunette woman, sexy and also poetic, appeared on postage stamps on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day on March 8, 2011. She was also chosen by the Montpellier region to design the clothes for the fifth tram line.

French street artist Miss Tic creates a work on October 24, 2013 near the auction room of the Hôtel Drouot in Paris. Several street artists have created pieces near the Drouot Hotel, set for sale May 24, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images

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Behind the street art pioneer hides a radical, independent, lonely woman.

Here are some details about his personal life.

Private life

Although Miss Tic’s work made her popular, her private life was well hidden. Obs magazine managed to get some recognition from the artist. Note that in the early 2000s, the artist was entrusted with constantly changing apartments.

She also talked about some of the love disappointments that led him to stay single. Moreover, these parts of the artist’s life are reflected in some of his drawings and writings.

What does Miss Tic say about her drawings of men in her interview with Artistikrezo:

“Because I wanted to change! They were more and more present over time, especially since I started working on the couple. And also, because life is mixed with creation, always, because I had a very beautiful role model at home… For me, desire is the driving force “.

A general view of the atmosphere during the exhibition “Des Mots Coeurs”: Miss Tic exhibition at Galerie Brugier Rigail on May 31, 2018 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

She answered when asked:

“Why did male silhouettes gradually invite themselves into your work?”

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Death, the words of colleagues

Miss Teck departed on May 22, 2022, leaving behind traces on the walls of Paris. The artist ended up succumbing to his illness after a long quarrel. His friends, the graffiti artist and the Minister of Culture praised him on social media.

“Miss Teck left us. We lose a great artist.”

Written by Minister of Culture Rima Abdel-Malik.

As the late artist wished, her funeral was open to the public.

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