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Dorm Walls Of A Parisian University Turned Into A Canvas For Graffiti Artists

Abandoned places do not really interest anyone except for people who use graffiti as their mode of expression. This year, the deserted interior of a student dormitory of Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris was transformed into a canvas for 100 graffiti artists under the Rehab 2 festival. The artists took over the blank walls of the dormitory which would eventually be broken down due to the upcoming renovation project.

The informal exhibition was open to public for a month and the awesome graffiti were all captured and uploaded through Jonk Photography so that the art could be witnessed by people who cannot make it to Paris, for all times to come. Check out the artwork of these amazingly talented street artists in the images below!

Artist: Soklak

Artist: Raf

Artist: Poter

Artists: Olivier Poizat and Kesadi

Artist: Mister Wire

Artist: Lord Urb1

Artist: Lord Urb1, Moyoshi and Kesadi

Artists: Joachim Romain and JM Rober

Artist: Jo Di Bona

Artist: Jérôme Laurent

Artist: Ernesto Novo

Artist: Dubol Art

Artists: Doudou Style and Calig

Artists: Charlotte Coupures and SIFAT

Artists: Bust the Drip and Charlène Candératz

Artist: Benjamin-Nosbé

Images: Jonk Photography

h/t: My Modern Met

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