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STENCIL PIONEER – BLEK LE RAT (PARIS)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (3/6)

The Rise of Graffiti Writing - Season 2

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KINGS OF TRAINS | 1971 - 1984

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (1/6)

STYLE WARS – SEEN

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (2/6)

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COPENHAGEN | 1984 - 1987

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (4/6)

DENMARK | 1984 - 1986

The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (5/6)

DENMARK | 1986 - 1991

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STENCIL PIONEER – BLEK LE RAT (PARIS)The Rise of Graffiti Writing (2) – From New York To Europe (3/6)

Blek le rat (born in 1951, real name Xavier Prou) is a street artist active since the early 1980s. Although fascinated by the New York scene his works project a distinctly French sensibility. His signature use of stencils and his emblem the rat has influenced many street artists the world over including Banksy.

Duration :

8 min

Available :

From 04/12/2020 to 31/12/2022

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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