The 10th district of Paris is abundant with colorful street art and lively characters. It is not what one would expect when thinking of Paris. I personally loved seeing this side of the city, covered in music posters and graffiti, because of its contrast to the classic Parisian architecture.
These graphic stickers of random faces could be found on various corners throughout the district.
Along the canal were plenty of pop art posters promoting local events and concerts.
Stickers saying “J’existe”, or “I exist” in English, were stuck all over the canal barriers and street signs.
This area could easily be considered the Shoreditch or East Village of Paris for those of you familiar with London or New York. If you love street art and exploring the younger scenes of cities, then visiting the 10th district of Paris, by the canal, is a must.
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