Birdy Kids is a kind of non-identified object that you can’t miss in the Marais… and they are celebrating their first exhibition in Paris at the Oeil Ouvert gallery. Enjoy!
On the 16th of September, we went to 5 Fulton street, in the 13th district of Paris to attend an exclusive preview of an abandonned building called Tour Paris 13.
SETH took part in 2013 in the event Les Lézards de la Bièvre and painted a huge mural in Paris 13th. SETH started doing graffiti in the 90′s before travelling the world.
I walked a lot around the city of Ales, South of France to finally found a lot of street art artwork, such as Bastek, MissTIC, Zago, and cool stencils.
Better than never, we were in contact with Bust art for having seen a few art pieces on the Paris streets that we loved, and as you know, time flies… so I now publish his interview we did a while ago. We saw him again at the great event of the MUR for its 5th [...]
After having showed you street art around Shoreditch in London, these are a few photos of another artistic area in London: Brick Lane, East London.
London is very famous for street art and it’s easy to find out artwork from foreigners in the areas of Shoreditch and Brick Lane.
MUGA utilizes stencils or collages mixing different kinds of materials and colors, full of details. His artwork is directly playing with the urban environment and has no lack of humor, critics or poetry.
RNST is a great street artist from Dijon and living in the South of France, doing a lot with STF Moscato and working on a nice mixture of technique to create his pieces: stencils, paint, rusted metal things…
We’re just back from London where we went street art hunting in the area of Shoreditch, very famous and arty district – East London.
Celal Gallery presented Venganza exhibition with 3 artists: Sozyone Gonzalez / Felipe Pantone / Demsky333 for their 1st collective exhibition in France.
Their birds are normally located in Lyon, East of France, from the walls to tees, the crew of street artists K’nar seem keen to let their birds fly wherever they can.
For the occasion of his upcoming exhibition in Paris, we did an interview with the artist COMBO aka culture kidnapper that you can read below.
We first discovered the artwork of BTOY in 2010 when we did a street art tour around Vitry. She’s a famous spanish street artist who was exhibited at Openspace gallery early this year.
Untill the 30th of March 2013, the exhibition « Au delà du Street Art » is taking place at the Post-Office and it worth the visit as it shows the cream of Street Art: Invader, Banksy, Obey, Vhils, Swoon, Rero, Ludo…