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I’m glad to promote the nice work another blogger did – a street art guide that will walk you through the best places to go to find good street art pieces in Paris.
Lavo//Matik is a art gallery dedicated to street art and graffiti who create exhibitions of both artists’ solo shows and group shows in Paris. It’s also a nice arty boutique, so let’s take a tour!
Michelin-starred Chef Gilles Choukroun just opened his fourth restaurant named CUP at Paris-Orly airport.
This is great news and we are happy to inform you that Christian Guémy (alias C215) just released a monography – the first one done by a French artist.
Tees are a best-seller. Founded in Paris in 2008, Grafitee webzine was one of the first magazines devoted exclusively to the tee. The site has been launch to showcase the many t-shirt brands existing around the world. From historic brands to new labels, Grafitee is step by step becoming a reference in the streetstyle fashion and urban culture.
Arnaud Rabier Nowart is a French artist both painter and film maker who began painting in 1985 and filming in 1991. When we first met him, he was preparing a big solo show at Celal gallery in Paris – in April 2011. We took this opportunity to interview him and publish his work here.
At StreetLove, we love to speak about products customized by street artists. Today, we wanted to highlight The Berlin Boombox which is a mobile speaker inspired by the old school ghettoblasters of the 1980s and which can become a real piece of art when artists customize their own.
Street art is by nature a ‘non permanent art form’ that can be removed in a couple of minutes only. It can also last longer. More than 5k art pieces have been photographed in high resolution by Google for the Street Art Project. In Paris, Bogota, New-York, Lisbon…
To begin 2014, the artist Mimi the Clown did ‘Le MUR’ in the 11th district of Paris. Shitty day, but Mimi the Clown put up a nice piece on the wall, visible until the 22nd of February.