For 7 years now, with its SPLITS (cutting system and mixture of several pictures to recreate a new one), Jerome Revon invented a photographic style relating and linking architectures, views, plans, values, and colours. His priority: enhancing the urban landscape, particularly through the facades of reflections, multiple superimpositions that challenge perspectives and create a new universe. A job he has much depth in his explorations particularly inspiring cities like Paris where he lives and New York, where he often stays. He also worked on street art, icons of the twentieth century and contemporary architecture. These three subjects are at the heart of his work with a street photographer's artistic point of view. His work is contemporary, based on a graphic scene or setting inspired by the pop art.