French duo Monkeybird just wrapped up an impressive piece of work in Paris for a collaboration between Nanterre University and the Musée du Louvre… This project born for the 50th anniversary of May 1968 (Nanterre University it’s was a crucial place for the philosophy of May 1968). The goal for this project was to use art piece from
Our friend Ludo just sent us a batch of super fresh images of his newest pieces that just appeared on the streets of Paris. Working primarily with Grey scale and green, the French artist brought to life some large and impressive artworks. As usual with Ludo, his works are striking when you encounter them in
Legendary street artist Invader recently took a trip to Cap-Ferret in France to unleash a brand new wave of invasions. The artist “invades” cities worldwide, adroitly placing his tiled pieces in certain locations and awarding himself “points” based on the intricacy of the mural and the difficulty in placing it. “This,” he said in 2011,
Through this experimental installation supported by Backside gallery, David Mesguich wanted to confront his past practice of vandal to his work as a contemporary artist while questioning the concept of control of beings and spaces. After two weeks of construction, interspersed with riots that he documented in Nantes, one morning, he abandoned a sculpture of
Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci are back with another paste-up on their home, Paris streets. Located on Rue des 2 Avenues, this piece is dedicated to migrants and it took the artists two long, rainy and cold nights to put up. We wanted to make a work about migrants. Because migrants are a symptom of
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
Our friend Ludo is back on the streets of Paris despite the freezing cold currently surrounding Europe. After a few hours of work, the French artist once again graced the Parisians with a series of new pieces. Working on the streets since over a decade, Ludo is a staple-name of the French street art scene.
Our friend Ludo is back on the streets of his hometown with the fresh pieces that just popped somewhere around the lovely city of Paris in France. Entitled “People’s Power Now” & “Wisdom”, the famed French artist once again brought to life some of his signature oversized artworks which are now going to live on the
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