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Djerbahood - Part 2

More pictures from the amazing Djerbahood mural project in Tunisia…

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Utah Ether & Nokier - Tunisia Takeover (Video)

VIDEO // UTAH, ETHER and NOKIER make the North African country of Tunisia their latest spraycation destination. In the capital city of Tunis they explore the local streets and train yards, covering everything in their path with their signature approach to vandalism…

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Djerbahood TV

Video // Djerbahood project in Tunisia…

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Djerbahood, mural project in Tunisia

The Djerbahood project is described as a “true open-air museum” as 150 street artists from 30 nationalities descend upon a single village island - Djerba, Erriadh - in Tunisia…

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Recent graffiti in Africa

We’re catching up with images we’ve yet to post. Here are some graffiti art works that were painted in the rest of Africa…

(Photos found around the Internet)

Namibia

Mak1one:

Pixel Monster:


The Gambia

Broken Crow (at Wide Open Walls):

Image via Ekosystem


Senegal

Dems 333:

3ttman

Image via Ekosystem


Zimbabwe

Kent Locke:


Madagascar

Airjp:

Image via Fatcap

Kid Kreol & Boogie:


Egypt

Sada:

3ayem:


Kenya

Ashif

(Unknown Artist) - we can’t find the email in which we received this pic…


Morocco

Kidghe:

Image via Ekosystem

Ogre:

C215:

C215:

Remed, sculpture:

Rabie & Meknes

Image via Fatcap


Tunisia

El Seed:

Misc. Tunisia:


Rwanda

Freddy Sam (Photo by Megan King)


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Trebelsi House Graffiti

Graffiti in the former Trebelsi family house in La Marsa, Tunisia:

Photos by Bouthayna Bekri
Thanks to Nana Spio-Garbrah

eL Seed minaret graffiti video

More about his minaret graffiti here & here, and a profile of the artist here.

Minaret graffiti in Tunisia

eL Seed, a French-born Tunisian artist, painted Arabic graffiti on Tunisia’s tallest minaret. Inspired by the recent debate between religious sects and the art community, this artwork - the largest graffiti mural in the country - is located at the Jara Mosque in Gabès, viewable for the holy month of Ramadan.


The artist believes that “art can bring about fruitful debate” and that art can help with “the process of cultural and political change.” The artist began the mural on July 20, 57 meters in the air.

Via: From Here To Fame

JR’s Inside Out Project in Tunisia

The first episode of a long series about JR’s Inside Out Project.

Since the 2011 TED Prize winner JR announced his wish in March to turn the world Inside Out, thousands of people have participated in what we hope will be the world’s largest participatory art project.

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Zoo Project in Tunisia

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