Alexis Diaz “Adaptation” New Piece – Djerba, Tunisia

While you discovered his first piece for the Djerbahood project a few days ago, Alexis Diaz is still in Tunisia where he just finished working on this quick new piece.Entitled “Adaptation”, the Puerto Rican muralist painted this beautiful piece showing a remixed butterfly made of roots.Take a look at more images after the break and

Swoon New Pieces – Djerba, Tunisia

Swoon was also invited for the Djerbahood project to paint on the island of Djerba in Tunisia. The American artist brought some of her signature pasters for the locals to enjoy. Brooklyn-based artist Swoon celebrates everyday people and explores social and environmental issues with her signature paper portraits and figurative installations. She is best known for

Phlegm New Street Pieces – Djerba, Tunisia

Phlegm is currently in North Africa where he painted in the searing heat in the village Erriadh, on the island of Djerba, Tunisa.Invited for the Djerbahood project organised by Galerie Itinerrance. The British artist had fun experiments with placing windows and doors in old abandoned buildings he found hidden away in the back streets.Hit the

Alexis Diaz New Mural – Djerba, Tunisia

Alexis Diaz is now in Djerba, Tunisia where he just finished working on this sweet new piece entitled “Tus manos construyen lo que tu alma ve” (Your hands build what your soul looks).In town for the Djerbahood project, the Puerto Rican artist quickly painted this hamsa which is a palm-shaped amulet popular throughout the Middle

Arraiano New Mural – Djerba, Tunisia

Paulo Arraiano was another artist that took part in a massive Djerbahood project that is going on over in Djerba, Tunisia. Portuguese artist used this opportunity to paint his signature bright color creation on a traditional Tunisian house.Painting on different walls, this abstract piece looks like an oversaturated oil spill or shadow spreading over the

DOME New Mural – Djerba, Tunisia

Our friend DOME was also invited in Djerba, Tunisia for the Djerbahood project organised by Itinerance Gallery.The German artist quickly worked his way through this 3,4 m x 12 m monochrome piece which is showing two of his signature characters playing music instruments.Hit the jump for more images on “Abandon The Apple” and make sure to

JAZ New Mural – Djerba, Tunisia

Franco Fasoli aka JAZ was also invited to paint for the Djerbahood Street Art Festival in Tunisia by the Itinerance Gallery.The Argentinean muralist painted four of the civilisations that conquered Tunisia, the Greeks , the Romans , the Vandals and the Arabs.Take a look at more images after the break and then check back with

C215 New Street Pieces – Djerba, Tunisia

Paris-based artist C215 recently stopped by Djerba in Tunisia where he was invited to paint for the Djerbahood Street Art Project organised by Gallery Itinerance.As usual with the French stencil artist, he painted several of his lovely feline creatures for the locals to enjoy.Take a look at more images after the break and then check back