Here’s a the contextual shot of the “Spliff” stencil we found in the hot Paris nabe of St. Germain des Pres. As street art, this is subversive on a couple of levels. But what’s really striking is its illustrative comic-book style and the location on the pavement next to a public telephone (see close-up shot above) in a hood with some of the most desirable and fashionable real-estate in the city.
Ivan Corsa Photo
Tunes on our Apple iPod: “Guero” by Beck
Kicks on our Feet: BAPESTA Lime-pink high-tops