André Saraiva is a Portuguese graffiti artist whose signature character, a winking smiley face called Mr. A, was ubiquitous in France during the 1990’s. Since then Saraiva has become a nightlife legend with his global Le Baron enterprise (Paris, New York, Tokyo, and the occasional pop-up club during Art Basel Miami). He also marked his foray into the world of cinema in 2011 with his film debut, “The Shoe,” starring fellow Annabelle Dexter-Jones and Exhibition A artist Leo Fitzpatrick. In 2012 Saraiva had his first New York solo show, “Love Letters,” at Half Gallery, plus exhibitions at The Hole (New York), Anonymous Gallery (Mexico City), and MUDE Museum (Lisbon). He has collaborated with prominent commercial clients the likes of Gallerie Lafayette, Converse, New Pop Festival, Louis Vuitton, Caviar Kaspia, and was featured in the art documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop.