I’m glad to promote the nice work another blogger did – a street art guide that will walk you through the best places to go to find good street art pieces in Paris.
We had the opportunity to visit Dortmund to discover the abandoned factories from the industrial era. The city is becoming artistic and that’s just the beginning
Lavo//Matik is an art gallery dedicated to urban art who creates exhibitions (solo and group shows) and proposes a nice arty shop
Michelin-starred Chef Gilles Choukroun opened his 4th restaurant named CUP at Paris-Orly airport customised by the graffiti artist DaCruz
This is great news that C215 just released his monography – the first one done by a French street artist
Streetlove spent a few days in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Discover Greece organized a sponsored blogtrip to enjoy some greek arty vibes
Arnaud Rabier Nowart, always inspired by Van Gogh, is a French artist both painter and film maker
Here is a focus on Berlin Boombox which is a mobile speaker inspired by the 80s ghettoblasters and which can become a piece of art when artists customize their own
Street art is by nature a ‘non permanent art form’ that can be removed very quickly so the aim for Google is to keep a memory of each, somewhere on Internet
Better than never, we were in contact with Bust art for having seen a few art pieces on the Paris streets that we loved, and as you know, time flies… so I now publish his …