Recently, some very interesting and similar style paste-ups have appeared on the streets of Paris… Turns out, these have been put up by two friends who share common artistic territories and the series are called “Le Collectif Aorte” by Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci. Michael is a drawer, sculptor, teacher of morphology drawings and book author. Jean-Dominique is a director, photographer and a visual artist.
“Le roi des oiseaux” (the king of the birds) paste-ups went up on Rue Toussaint Féron street in Paris and here’s a short description from Jean-Dominique on how this work came together…
The idea was to make a common work, and because we love Street Art, we decided to invest Street Art with a mix of our works… and we had a lot to learn on how to share and work together. Collective works are not so easy, and we had to find our own way. We respect each others work greatly. Maybe a bit too much at the beginning, so it was difficult to create a strong work without considering that each work was on a bigger work’s service. Now, it’s easier. And our common work is signed under “Le Collectif Aorte”.
Check out all of the works below and stay tuned for more updates from “Le Collectif Aorte” works in Paris soon!