Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Paris street artists Nemo and Jef Aerosol


Seen here on Rue Vandrezanne, a collection of Paris' well-know graphic street artists,
Nemo and Jef Aerosol. 
The rouge utility pole wrap is just an accessory en rouge.


Rue Vandrezanne
75013, Paris

19 comments:

Andressa C. said...

:)

Randy said...

Love it!

Jann said...

very clever~

martinealison said...

Une note de réflexion...
gros bisous

Malyss said...

"L'indignation" is very fashion in Paris this year!

arabesque said...

there's something new to learn whenever i visit your blog.
nice graffiti as well. ^0^

brattcat said...

brilliant!

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

I’m photographing street graffiti tomorrow – what a coincidence! I have a favourite lane in Melbourne where there is a picture frame permanently stuck to the wall. Both the surrounding wall and the contents of the frame constantly change.
Warm wishes.

Sylvia K said...

They're surely more talented than those here who claim to be graphic street artists! Clever! Enjoy your evening, Genie!

Hugs
Sylvia

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Excellent find Genie, keep snapping!

Starman said...

I like the indignation quote.

Rob and Mandy said...

I totally agree with the quote, indignation being the fiercest weapon.

Kris said...

Genie,

Love the vivid color in this photo. I think a painting of this would be grand!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Elizabeth, I head home tomorrow and look forward to seeing your graffiti shots "down under" when I return.

Rob and Mandy, I like your new profile photos!

I generally am not a fan of graffiti but there is a substantial group of graffiti artists in Paris whose recognizable designs provide another perspective. There are a few places I have found in Paris where the graffiti of different artists could almost be called an "installation."

I head home tomorrow having put my new camera through it's paces and having walked many miles. Travel kitty Oskar is ready to go although I always get a bit wistful when I leave Paris. I usually spend my flight home completing my journal of notes and.... planning my next trip. It does make it easier to leave my Paris.

Bises,
Genie

Jack said...

I will be curmudgeonly again. No fan of graffiti here.

M said...

Interesting but I still don't approve of graffitti.

Kate said...

I like it; I really do like it!

Bergson said...

Vraiment superbe graphique qui s'intègre bien avec le poteau
et le message plairait à Stéphane Hessel

Pamela said...

Great blog, kindred spirit!
You might be interested in my recent post about Konny Steding, another graffiti artist in Paris:
http://objectsblog.com/site/2012/02/07/from-wall-to-wall/