Didier Lourenço’s works have deservedly proved popular with the public. One of the attractiveness comes from his delicate depiction of the desolated yet beautiful human souls in the hustle and bustle city life. Didier‟s Jazz and City Scene series disclosed the brooding mood of his subjects. Regardless how noisy and busy night clubs or city streets should be, Didier‟s subjects in the scenes are of limited communications, are faceless, are of similar geometrical shapes and curves. Instead of depicting a subject activity in each work, Didier chose to convey the mood of isolated individuals in city where neither the jazz players or music listeners are of more dominance – all the subjects are of similar weight and importance – the sameness, stillness and melancholy of city life; yet; there retains a strong sense of subtle beauty from within.