France

Last year we already wrote about the Gare de Nord street art project Quai 36. It is an art project inside this infamous Parisian train station. Around 16 street artists from around Europe have taken...

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Vitry-Sur-Seine street art

Paris – Street art in Vitry-Sur-Seine

September 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

The last time I visited Vitry-Sur-Seine for its immense street art was in 2010. At that time I was already amazed by the amount of art on the streets. Last week I revisited Vitry for...

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The past two months Gare du Nord in Paris has been taken over by 16 street artists from around Europe. The project is called Quai36. Quai 36 (platform 36) is where most of the artists...

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Nychos is one of the most well-known muralists around. He has been active as an artist for over 15 years. Not just in his hometown Vienna, but throughout the world. His art as we know...

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Israeli artist Know Hope has been displaying his art on the streets and in galleries across the globe since 2005. His character, a symbolic figure, shows subjects related to borders, identity and humanity. It always...

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Paris – Le Mur: an ever changing mural

December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Rain is one of the most vital elements for the sustenance of life. On the 13th of December the falling rain was a welcoming experience when visiting 107 Rue Oberkampf for Le Mur in Paris....

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Fred le Chevalier’s drawings are all over Paris. They are characterized by black and white (sometimes a bit of red) illustrated characters that are dreamy, playful, hopeful and cute. Fred le Chevalier doesn’t like calling...

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