Pejac creates provocative and humorous street art. Like the installations of street artist Banksy, Pejac’s irreverent site-specific works often employ trompe-l’œil techniques and clever twists on familiar imagery to communicate powerful messages regarding social and environmental issues. In his famous piece Stain (2011), Pejac paints a map of the world draining into a sewer. Working in a range of mediums, Pejac is known for his recreations of classic masterpieces, like the installation Don’t Look Back in Anger (2016), which features a rendition of van Gogh’s Starry Night (1889) carved by key into the hood of Jaguar. Although he graduated from the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, Pejac is a fierce proponent of street art who believes art should be accessible to all. His works can be found in Paris, London, Milan, Moscow, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Tokyo, and across the United States.