Welcome to Djerbahood

And again, the French Galerie Itinerrance strikes with an awesome idea to unite the crème de la crème of today’s street art. The new project is called Djerbahood and takes place in a Tunisian village called Erriadh on the island of Djerba. 150 street artists gathered up to transform this sleepy village into an open-air…

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Woman at work

This female street artist from Paris calls herself KASHINK and usually wears a painted mustache on her upper lip. What to expect? Well, actually a lot. Already as a child she loved comics and so they inspired her to choose her artistic name, which is one of the onomatopoeic words for the sound of action.…

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Talking Walls

If you take the word „Street Art“ literally than this kind of art is quite difficult to share with a broad audience, since it´s tied to the streets where it´s created. That´s why more and more street artists tend to as well produce work on paper and canvas or wood to give themselves the possibility…

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The itsy bitsy spider…

…Climbed up the waterspout. Well it´s not exactly as in this children´s song, but Spanish street artist SPIDERTAG always wanted to be a superhero when he was a little kid. Now he found his own and personal way to be a hero: By creating and reinventing the geometrical street art since 2008. Asking him, he´ll…

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Reclaiming the streets of Paris

By wandering around in the lovely city of Paris, this newly discovered street artist Levalet finds the best spots to glue, install and apply his very creative work. Seeing the street as his canvas and as an artistic playground, he shares his funny and awesome interventions with the Parisians. Since he always incorporates what the specific…

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