This Dorm Needed Renovations, So They Let Graffiti Artists Do Something Incredible


Most schools look pretty bland, with safe homogeneous colors and uninspired designs, but one hundred graffiti artists have just turned the boring walls of a dormitory in Paris into a stunning celebration of art and creativity.

The team spent three weeks painting the interior of a student residence at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris. The artists, who were invited as part of Rehab 2, an urban festival that ran from 16 June to 16 July, were given free reign to let their imaginations run wild before the space was opened to the general public. Sadly the exhibition will only be on display for a limited period because the art will soon be erased during an official renovation of the dormitory, but fortunately, photographers have documented the project so that their incredible efforts will live on. Check out some of our favorite pictures below, and don’t forget to vote for the best.

More info: Jonk Photography

Benjamin Nosbé,Carlos Omo
Jessy Monlouis Doudoustyle,Caligr Oner
Charline Poncet Illustration
Creyone Centrentedeux
Jessy Monlouis DoudoustyleSharly
Alexis Bust Stephens, Charlène Candératz
Anne-Laure Maison,Charles Neubach
Olivier Poizat,Kesadi
Dem Dillon Trick’s


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