Paris Street Art – Rue du Prévôt

It’s no secret that Paris is bursting at the seams with galleries, monuments and galleries. There’s always so much to see. Some of my favourite art can be found outside, by way of graffiti – or what I prefer to call street art.

I stumbled upon this collection on The du Prévôt, next to the unofficial Place Saint-Paul. If you happened to read my post about Lavalet, you’ll be familiar with this wheat-paste poster and stencil technique which has become very popular within the world of street artists.

Which of these is your favourite? Answer in the comment section below.

Bonne journée!

Marla

4 thoughts on “Paris Street Art – Rue du Prévôt

    1. Both are good! I’m still undecided on which is my favourite. I’m learning towards the one of the woman wrapped in bandages. I wonder what it’s supposed to mean?

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