Parisian Trucks

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Last December, I had the pleasure of spending a week in Paris with my parents. Between visiting art museums, touristic sightseeing and getting to know my local boulangerie & fromagerie, I managed to catch some great graff trucks, largely in the 11th, 13th and 20th arrondissements.

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vapski pal

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Previously on The Street Spot: PAL in Paris, The Walls of Vitry-sur-Seine

All photos © Luna Park. If you enjoy my photos, may I suggest you pick up a copy of my book? ;p

PAL in Paris

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
PAL (photo by Luna Park)

If 1UP is synonymous with Berlin, then PAL definitely stands for Paris. No other Parisian crew visually dominates the French capital quite like the Peace and Love crew, which counts talented and versatile writers such as Gorey, Horfe, Cony, Tomek, Saeyo, Mosa, Esso and Skube as members. Walls, rooftops, gates, trucks, trackside – they do it all with a distinct and immediately recognizable style.

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
PAL (photo by Luna Park)

Skub (photo by Luna Park)
Skub (photo by Luna Park)

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
PAL (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe x Khum (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe x Khum (photo by Luna Park)

Cony (photo by Luna Park)
Cony (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe x SP.One (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe x SP.One x Chiot (photo by Luna Park)

Cony x Horfee x Var85 (photo by Luna Park)
Cony x Horfee x Var85 (photo by Luna Park)

Chiot x Ikon x Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Chiot x Ikon x Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Biofa x PAL (photo by Luna Park)
Biofa x PAL (photo by Luna Park)

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
PAL (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe x Sabio (photo by Luna Park)
Sabio x Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe x Chiot (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe x Chiot (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Cony (photo by Luna Park)
Conie (photo by Luna Park)

Cony x Tomek (photo by Luna Park)
Cony x Tomek (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Cony (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe et al (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
Sheat x PAL x Emoz (photo by Luna Park)

PAL (photo by Luna Park)
PAL (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

Kuma x Horfe (photo by Luna Park)
Kuma x Horfe (photo by Luna Park)

The Walls of Vitry-sur-Seine

C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)

The city of Vitry-sur-Seine lies within the southeastern suburbs of Paris. Historically, this commune has been home to a large, diverse immigrant population, a background that contributed to Vitry being on the forefront in the development of the French hip hop movement in the 80s. For some time now, the city has supported a cultural policy of bringing art to all, for example, opening it’s Musée d’Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne in 2005. The city has actively embraced public arts programs, installing contemporary sculptures throughout public spaces as well as supporting large-scale mural projects. Thanks to initiatives by artists such as C215, Vitry’s walls bear the work of an international roster of street artists such as Nunca, Nychos, Roa and Ethos to name but a few. I spent an afternoon in Vitry earlier this summer and only caught a fraction of the many murals on display.

Liliwenn (photo by Luna Park)
Liliwenn (photo by Luna Park)
Pixelpancho (photo by Luna Park)
Pixelpancho (photo by Luna Park)
Roa (photo by Luna Park)
Roa (photo by Luna Park)
Nychos (photo by Luna Park)
Nychos (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
Jaz (photo by Luna Park)
Jaz (photo by Luna Park)
Nunca (photo by Luna Park)
Nunca (photo by Luna Park)
Stew (photo by Luna Park)
Stew (photo by Luna Park)
Kashink (photo by Luna Park)
Kashink (photo by Luna Park)
Ethos (photo by Luna Park)
Ethos (photo by Luna Park)
C215 x Ripo (photo by Luna Park)
C215 x Ripo (photo by Luna Park)
Gaia (photo by Luna Park)
Gaia (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
Bebar (photo by Luna Park)
Bebar (photo by Luna Park)
Finbarr (photo by Luna Park)
Finbarr (photo by Luna Park)
Indigo (photo by Luna Park)
Indigo (photo by Luna Park)
? (photo by Luna Park)
Emilone (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
? (photo by Luna Park)
Stew x Claire Pinayel (photo by Luna Park)
Dacruz (photo by Luna Park)
Dacruz (photo by Luna Park)
? (photo by Luna Park)
Ripo (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
Liliwenn (photo by Luna Park)
Liliwenn (photo by Luna Park)
Sane2 x Nourou (photo by Luna Park)
Sane2 x Nourou (photo by Luna Park)
C215 x Stew (photo by Luna Park)
C215 x Stew (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
Ender (photo by Luna Park)
Ender (photo by Luna Park)
Nychos (photo by Luna Park)
Nychos (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)
C215 (photo by Luna Park)

Missing artist attributions welcome in the comments.