The end of a high place of Parisian street art

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The end of a high place of Parisian street art

Appeared in the late 70s, the premise of the Rubik’s Cube, the specter of street art uh, in fact it is present for more than 26,000 years, yes twenty-six thousand years for proof paints found in the Wonderwerk cave, or the Sistine Chapel of cave art. well I digress our our pandas spiders, zebras and our our flowers street art has emerged today as a must-art, but also a means of expression available to everyone. he redesigned our streets, our paths painted, dyed our daily lives, tells us stories. There are 6 months,  **a petition** was launched to support the Dénoyez street and prevent the installation of a real estate project led by the town hall of the 20th. Today, hope seems lost save this popular street, bars and graffiti become so famous that come from far away to photograph them. For local actors, artists, associations (including “Do your street”), bars or residents, the new project does not respect the history and urbanism of the street. This is not so much the installation of social housing is being challenged by the petitioners that the expulsion of the artists, the destruction of a bar and faubourg buildings full of charm, and the likely implementation of a large commercial sign on the street.If the town decides to abandon the dialogue, which currently seems to be the case, then one of the landmarks of Parisian street art will disappear in the coming weeks.