Paris Graffiti part 2 (and a street legal version)




I wrote about the fabulous street art of Paris in this post. Here is one of my favorites, a valentine found on the Rue Amelot:


There are even little hearts found on the stairs.

This type of street art doesn’t have to be illegal or even subversive. San Diego artist and educator Ray Kinne explains his street art installation, which he refers to as a ‘temporary tattoo’, in this video. He used a large-scale printer to create the posters, and a homemade paste of flour, sugar and water to adhere them to the wall. The artist claims they are easily removable.

I’m thinking high school project…..

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