When you find yourself in Paris, crouching in a narrow urine stenched, pigeon ridden alley, breathing through your mouth, trying to get the perfect shot of a painted creature, you know you are hooked:
Look at that technique, it is almost like it is floating.
Paris is a mecca for street art (that and the use of bicycles have exploded since my last visit), it was everywhere I looked. More in some neighborhoods than others, but not confined to any one. Still you don't see anyone vandalizing historical monuments, mailboxes or statues. They know how to pick their canvas.
Classic Nemo detail.
Janaundjs (Jana and JS), they were everywhere.
I am finding it harder to get exited about the classic stencil work, but when they mix it up, it works. I love how it looks like the piece is developed on the wall, analog style. Mmm.
Paste up by Fred le Chevalier. I saw a lot of his work too, all different pieces. Crazy good!
The Space Invader. This really cracked me up: a hard hat version for the scaffolding work. Hahaha.
And then in a window: a tribute to the Space Invader, made from post it's.
Jef Aerosol by Les Halles.
And that concludes the Paris tales, next stop: Copenhagen.