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Interview du 9e Concept à propos du projet des Francs-Colleurs

Le 9e Concept s’est entouré de street artistes pour leur projet des Francs-Colleurs pour sillonner la France afin de coller leurs créations grâce à …

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BADUIZM II #artcontemporain #artcontemporary #erykahbadu #erykah #baduizm #noetwo @noetwo @erykahbadu @therealswizzz #thedeancollection #noetwowildstyle #noetwo #canvas #badass #graffiti #graffitiporn #noetwoart #colourful #streetart #street #soul #music

#Labour #Egypt When I saw the majesty of the Pyramids for the first time, I was both intrigued and dazzled. The Pyramids were built so long ago that I had a hard time imagining what daily life was like then. How could such an ancient civilization, without the benefit of modern technology, build temples, pyramids, and such imposing statues as the Sphinx? As a child, I liked to pretend I could travel through time and visit another century, another reality. During these imaginary voyages, I was everything all at once — I was both the actor and the spectator, the slave and the pharaoh, and I was the tale-teller, too. In Traveling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta, 1325–1354, James Rumford writes: “Traveling leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” I undoubtedly began my life as a nomad thanks to my imagination. Later, as an adult, I chose photography as a way to tell stories. In this rice field of the Nile Delta where I was doing a reportage for National Georgaphic, the sun was unsparing. It beat down on Muhammad, his daughter, and his niece as they tried to clear budding rice sprouts from the mud. As I watched them, I suddenly understood how the Pyramids were built. I saw the thousands of Egyptian men, long ago, who constructed those towering buildings using only the strength of their backs and arms. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008) #man #woman #worker #ricefield #field #rice #family #hardwork #labor #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى # عكاس @thephotosociety

#spirituality #9emeconcept #atelierclos #edition #brut #spraypaint #dessin

By RNST @rnst_street_art #tv_streetart #dsb_graff #rsa_streetart #ILoveSpraycanArt #streetartwork #streetartistry #streetartphotography #streetarteverywhere #streetartparis #streetartandgraffiti #streetartutopia

Brilliant work by @_faith47 in #cozumel #mexico #abandonedhotel #streetart #art #contemporaryart