The soil is transformed into a giant bestiary in Strasbourg. Under the brushes of the graffiti artist Dan 23, the bitumen takes on the air of a manifesto for the planet. Produced for the benefit of the Themis association, which works for the rights of the child, this monumental fresco gives a whole new face to the Vignette district.
A horizontal graph
More accustomed to wall work, And 23 tried his hand at horizontal painting for the first time. Giraffe, ladybug, panda or even jellyfish, the animal world is taking back its rights in the rue de la Vignette district. In his own way and with poetry, the street artist from Strasbourg gives the planet its full place. At the bend of the street, the walker even meets fish victims of pollution. “I call it my ‘plastic fish’ because in the oceans there is more plastic than fish “, he explains.
Encouraged by the city, Dan 23 was given carte blanche to express his art. “Being able to write texts, talk about it with people, it’s a job on a large scale when you go green, it’s brilliant “, he rejoices. On the side of (…)