04 Graffiti Category
As it was my second visit to Montreal, I was looking forward to seeing new artwork on the walls and how some hoods I visited before had evolved since. It was incredible!! Montreal is more a ‘graffiti’ city – I mean there are a lot of huge murals painted rather than little street art pieces. I love street art, but I am definitely amazed by artists doing big-big pieces on cool buildings’ walls.
Two weeks ago I traveled to Montreal in Canada for work and I enjoyed the fact I was staying in a nice neighborhood to do a street art tour around the city. I went to Montreal 6 years ago and I really enjoyed my first trip. What I remember is that the city was full of graffiti artwork – huge pieces!
StreetLove found a new street art hot spot in Paris, located on Rue Scarron in the 11th district. There, you can see pieces of C215, Nick Walker, Fin Dac, Stink Fish, Sten & Lex… Amazing graffiti artwork to check out!
Monsieur Chat did an artwork for the shopping center BHV (Bazard de l’Hôtel de Ville) in Paris 4th from the 3rd to the 11th of October 2012.
Here are a few pieces to give you an idea about L7m works, street artist from Sao paulo in Brazil. Actually, L7M is dedicated to independent work in advertising agencies, exhibitions and workshops… Check out his artwork!
The New Zealand Police are using graffiti to recruit potential police officers. They’ve recently used these stencils to help promote becoming a Police officer. Open to discussion!
As you previously saw, street art in New-Zealand is massive. Wellington is famous for his music scene, very rock and his art scene too.
Life is a Beach ! Let’s go to Bondi in Syndey…
Bondi Beach is one of the largest beach in the city (1 km long). It’s the most famous beach, popular for its good surf spot, but also for people who want swimming, or just lying on the beach looking for a nice tan!
We arrived in Sydney / Australia on the 28th of December, 2011 and we walked around a few areas to check out some street art and graffiti artwork.
We went to the areas of Surry Hills and Newtown so far and these are a few pictures of what we found on the streets.