Marais Street Art, Paris, France


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.

Photos: 2016 © Tear-n Tan.  All Rights Reserved.

MaraisStreetart01_20160830PAR_TTOn Rue Notre Dame De Nazareth and Rue Volta

MaraisStreetart02_20160830PAR_TTAqua Leather shop on Rue Du Vertbois and Rue Volta

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MaraisStreetart04_20160830PAR_TTNo graffiti allowed.  On Rue Volta

MaraisStreetart05_20160830PAR_TTOn Rue Volta

MaraisStreetart06_20160830PAR_TTLove this one! On Rue Sainte Elizabeth and Rue Des Fontaines Du Temple #stencils4eva

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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

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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!

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