Sunday, 4 September 2011

Also in the country

Coustellet, route de Robion
Following up on yesterday's post - I was quite flabberghasted to find more black & white photos of similar inspiration pasted on a shack way out in the country near Robion, some 30 kilometres out of Avignon. Same artist ? Looks like it to me. Weird - street art so rarely goes out of town.

Pour continuer sur mon billet précédent, ce qui m'a stupéfait c'est de trouver d'autres photos en noir et blanc du même style sur un cabanon en pleine nature près de Robion, à 30 km d'Avignon - même artiste? Ca m'en a tout l'air. Etrange, étrange : le street art sort si rarement de la ville...

13 comments:

Owen said...

Certainly better than the usual run of the mill horribly un-artistic graffiti that covers such surfaces... a fun find no doubt, and am happy to see you managed to stop for photos and even cross the road while avoiding the passing trucks !

A fine Sunday to you Nathalie...

RedPat said...

It suits this shack somehow - gives it some dignity!

Thérèse said...

Suivons la Guide!

Virginia said...

J'adore the series Nathalie. They made me smile over and over.
V

Jack said...

I'm with Owen. Not a fan of graffiti, but these are quite impressive.

Karen Xavier said...

Yeah, the kid makes you smile. He's got a cheeky little grin.

jeandler said...

Selon Alphonse Allais, construisons les villes à la campagne
C'est un début...

Tamera said...

Hmmmm, very interesting. I love the photos, and your photos of the photos! It's nice to find random art in the middle of nowhere :o)

│¯∩¯│¯∩¯│¯∩¯AVIGNON¯∩¯│¯∩¯│¯∩¯│ said...

Country art...

Country artiste said...

Mon art, ma déchirure...

Siddhartha Joshi said...

Quite unsual to have art like this in the middle of glassland...but its stunnng nevertheless!

JM said...

I presume this is part of the Inside Out project. It's really cool, google it and I'm sure you'll agree with me. :-)

Jilly said...

Oh yes, how very surprising to this out of town. Love that photo.

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