Michal Škapa / Tron (1978) is one of the most significant authors associated with the Czech graffiti scene. He belongs to the strong generation of writers of the 1990s and has been one of its leaders for a long time. Škapa’s qualities have been proved by the fact that he has succeeded to win through also in galleries. He was one of the authors associated with the legendary Trafo Gallery in Prague, and he cooperates with Meet Factory where he has had his own studio for eleven years. As an artist, he works with various media and formats, from murals, acrylic manuscript abstraction and airbrush figurative compositions to site-specific installations and spatial objects. He also works as a graphic designer. Škapa has founded the Analog!Bros serigraphic workshop and he closely cooperates with the BiggBoss label. He has participated in several major presentations, whether it was the unsurpassed international graffiti and street art show Names (2008), or the exhibition Městem posedlí (Obssessed with the City, 2012) in the Prague City Gallery. He also represented the Czech Republic at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai. His major exhibitions include 00 NIC (00 NOTHING) in the Trafo Gallery (2011), Ode zdi ke zdi (From One Wall to Another) in the Gallery of Fine Art (GAVU) in Cheb (2012), and the crucial project titled Graffoman in the Chemistry Gallery in Prague (2014). Graffoman was followed by the successful exhibition Analfabet (Illiterate) in the Trafo Gallery (2017), which was accompanied by Škapa’s first major catalogue. In 2018, Škapa participated in the Signal festival with his exterior neon object Zjevení (Apparition) and prepared his largest exhibition Babylon in Villa Pellé.