The trigger for Franck was his encounter with the work and life of the American painter Jackson Pollock, master of abstract expressionism. Just a teenager, he decided to become a painter in his own right.
Composed of acrylic, watercolour and spray paint combined with various mixed techniques, the pictorial production of Franck is rich in both images and writings.
His research is strongly encouraged by the work of the pioneers of Action painting, and in particular the Franz Kline’s work with natural calligraphy, from which he is inspired to question the genre of graffiti.
At the same time, Franck's paintings, although relatively new, seem to be tinged with an aged atmosphere, as if to signify that there is only one step between contemporary creation and that of yesterday.