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Graffiti City

After the first edition of Tag’n’Tof, a participatory urban art installation project, last year the second edition took recently place at Confluence Gallery in Paris. As a part of the Give Me A Wall So I Can Escape festival, the French PhotoGraff Collectif (PGC) invited 100 graffiti artists to paint a paper graffiti city!

For that reason, well-known graffiti artists like Saner, Sowat, Shaka, Sly2, MTO and others were able to paint the recreated streets of Belleville. The result, a massive paper and cardboard installation city looks just great…

For more photos, visit photograffcollectif.blogspot.com.
Via allcityblog.fr.

Graffiti City
Graffiti City
Graffiti City

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  1. that is so awesome

  2. speechless at the amount of work that must have gone into this! amazing

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