More, more, more! Off today just a few steps from where I’m staying, head southeast from Canal Saint-Martin through Republique and you’ll find these pieces of art on the outskirts of Le Marais. Sorry, I’m not sure what the neighborhood’s name is exactly.
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On Rue Notre Dame De Nazareth and Rue Volta
Aqua Leather shop on Rue Du Vertbois and Rue Volta
On Rue Volta
No graffiti allowed. On Rue Volta
On Rue Volta
Love this one! On Rue Sainte Elizabeth and Rue Des Fontaines Du Temple #stencils4eva
Back at the Canal Saint-Martin area, this huge wall mural is about a block long and brilliant. On Rue Ailbert between Avenue Claude Vellefuax/Avenue Parmentier and Rue Bichat
During my adventures I stumbled upon Artkanoid Gallery (Instagram @artkanoid_gallery) at 22 Rue Notre dame de Nazareth. The gallery is currently exhibiting a show by pioneering street artists Part One. If you get the chance, check out the space and the awesome artwork.
When it was time for my afternoon snacky snack, I headed over to La Passerelle at 48 bis Quai de Jemmapes. This cute concept-store and art cafe serves refreshments, delicious blueberry muffins, and a very nice owner who helped me practice my French. More people like him please! I really appreciated that and will definitely have to return next time I’m in Paris.
Well, until next time! I hope you don’t mind me posting almost daily street art images. I’m only here for a bit, so I want to make the most of my time. À bientôt!