BEIRUT, LEBANON 🇱🇧 GRAFFITI: CE N’EST PAS AUX VIEUX SINGES

Beirut, Lebanon. 25feb17.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: A DAYDREAM, UN Rêve éveillé

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1aug15. Brussels, Belgium.

BEIRUT, LEBANON GRAFFITI: “TANC!”

I’ve seen these tags everywhere around Beirut. Here is a little information on this French street artist, and eventually, I hope to find some of his actual pieces and not just tags:

TANC
Tanc (France) came to his art as a result of daily practice of graffiti. His strength comes from discovering how to make his name vanish so as to uncover an original pictorial, abstract language. The isolation of the calligraphic stroke applied to the canvas gives birth to a multicolored abstract painting lying somewhere between action painting, graffiti and pop art. Tanc composes his paintings like electronic music: by layering. These paintings, which at first sight appear direct and minimalistic, are in fact the result of prolonged inquiry into color and optical illusion.
Read more on http://www.lebtivity.com/event/beirut-white-wall-graffiti-street-art

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27/28JUL13. Beirut, Lebanon.