Everywhere you turn in Er-Riadh, there’s art. It’s everywhere. The ancient village on the Tunisian island of Djerba, the last several months of high summer had been slowly transformed from a sleepy, traditional little corner of North Africa that has never heard of street art, into a world stage for one of the most vibrant and ambitious street art projects ever imagined.


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Photography by Nicholas Linn and Galerie Itinerance.

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One Village, 150 Street Artists And This Is The Result

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Birgit Schmidt 3 weeks ago

Congratulations to the artist! It is amazing beautiful!

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One Village, 150 Street Artists And This Is The Result

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Steve Bowman 3 weeks ago

Is it a coincidence that the vases resemble the eyes of a chameleon?

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로희 3 weeks ago

Beautiful yet somehow sad.

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One Village, 150 Street Artists And This Is The Result

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Birgit Schmidt 3 weeks ago

Tunisia itself is such a wonderful country - but with the different art at the walls it is even nicer!

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One Village, 150 Street Artists And This Is The Result

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Carvill Veech 3 weeks ago

It's a good thing this isn't a restroom-no one would dare to enter.

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Allana Rose 3 weeks ago

So beautiful!

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The Cappy 3 weeks ago

And hidden behind the bramble was the message, "Actual size."

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Uni N 3 weeks ago

cool