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Paris XIIIè - La Butte aux Cailles


Urban solid - streetartistes italiens


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Avant tout nous sommes des âmes

Paris 13, street art


Urban Solid.


Back in town and this time would you Adam & Eve it ?, in GOLD.


A real pleasure to bump in to Mario Silva today, Urban Solid @Brick Lane Gallery, 216 Brick Lane, London E1 6SB.

From Tuesday 30th May 2017 at 6pm.



Gold Figures by Urban Solid

Artwork by Urban Solid, a group started by two artists from the Academy of Fine Arts of Milan. I first encountered their work in that city in 2010.


This shot was a totally unexpected treat in the wonderful Tuscan port of Livorno. Another "right-place-right-time" shot - the light could not have been better.

Urban Solid.


I've posted this work before but this shot includes a South Korean couple having their engagement photographs taken.



Bizarrely mounted gun on a wall near the Cimitero Monumentale in Milan. Here's another random encounter with the work of this group in Livorno.


Artist - urbansolid on Instagram

1 rue Samson, à l'angle de la rue Jean-Marie Jégo (Paris 13ème).

Jace : l'artiste invité des "Lézarts de la Bièvre" en mai & juin 2014.

Trop tard pour voir ce dessin dans cet état : il a été sauvagement taggé entre le 30 mai 18h et le 31 mai 14h !

Artist: Urban Solid, Grimsby Street, Shoreditch, London

Lavoratore nella merda - Worker in deep shit


photo Alexandra Rougeron

The symbol on the left represents extinction. The circle signifies the planet, while the hourglass inside serves as a warning that time is rapidly running out for many species. The world is currently undergoing a mass extinction event, and this symbol is intended to help raise awareness of the urgent need for change in order to address this crisis. Estimates are that somewhere between 30,000 and 140,000 species are becoming extinct every year in what scientists have named the Holocene, or Sixth Mass Extinction. This ongoing process of destruction is being caused by the impact of human activity. Within the next few decades approximately 50% of all species that now exist will have become extinct. Such a catastrophic loss of biodiversity is highly likely to cause widespread ecosystem collapse and consequently render the planet uninhabitable for humans.

Life - work by Urban Solid.

Pistol packing son of a gun....

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