Street Art Around The Globe: Marseille (Part 2)

The second part of Marseille’s Street Art scene is about the murals I’ve captured around Place Lycée Thiers. From La Canebiére you go in to the Rue du Théatre Français and end up in Place Lycée Thiers/ Rue Guy Mouquet.

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Remy Uno: Official Website / Instagram

Mahn Kloix: Official Website / Instagram


21 thoughts on “Street Art Around The Globe: Marseille (Part 2)

  1. These are some of the nicest and most “refined” street paintings I’ve ever seen. This is an excellent post. And I like the photo of the gentleman feeding the pigeons, hope somebody immortalizes him with a portrait, too.

  2. I love the contrast between the old man and the young person in the painting. Even the color offers contrast, and probably lifestyle. Definitely stimulates the curious mind

    1. Glad you liked my contrasting picture:). xx stef

  3. Marseilles has great street art. Great photos of them.

    1. Yes, definitely! Still have more street art Marseille to upload:).

  4. Wow, those photorealist/fractured photo ones are amazing! Do you know who paints them?

    1. only from a few I know the artist… But I still do my research:). Thanks for commenting miss Wayfarer:).

  5. I love the black and white portraits – not sure about the fractured ones. They are clever but disorienting!

      1. your welcome!

  6. Incredible and thought provoking art work. Thanks.

    1. Glad you liked them:),soon more uploads of Marseille’s street art scene. Greetz stef

  7. When I was in Marseille, I totally missed these works! But thanks to your post, I have a new perspective of Marseille! Very cool post!

  8. That is wonderful 🙂

  9. That lead photo is utterly beautiful. Has a certain je ne sais quoi about it.

    1. Hehehe😛. Thank you:)

  10. Nice pictures 😉 Mahn Kloix

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