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Sectio Aurea

Paris graffiti. Very different to both London and Berlin, more delicate perhaps and dare I say, a little more artistic…? Particular favourites were the golden section and the tiny cut + pasted figures. And the hearts.

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4 thoughts on “Sectio Aurea

    • I was in Mexico City a while back myself but sadly I didn’t have chance to walk the streets so much in search of graffiti. Thanks for visiting and for the comment!

  1. The french have much more liberal attitude to graffiti.
    Love getting the Eurostar and rolling into Paris GAre Du Nord where the viaduct walls read like a dictionary.

    Catch any good galleries while you were there?

    • Indeed I did! This time I wasn’t in any of the large galleries as we were there a couple of years ago.
      http://wp.me/pQo3s-3X

      This time I went into a few small galleries in the Marais and saw some great stuff. Check out our Yvon Lambert Gallery post a few back and watch out for future posts, I have a couple more pictures to share that you might like.

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