Entertainment: Street artists from all over the world decorate the facades of the houses of Boulogne-sur-Mer

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until the end of August, the festival invites lovers of urban art to discover the works of international and regional artists . Fourteen new paintings illuminate the facades of the Pas-de-Calais seaside resort.

  Des street artistes du monde entier décorent les façades des maisons de Boulogne-sur-Mer © supplied by Franceinfo

is a festival which has in the landscape of urban art, the 7th edition of the International Street Art Festival in Boulogne-sur-Mer in Pas-de-Calais is in full swing until August 31, 2022.

started in 2016, the festival already has 43 monumental frescoes on the facades of buildings but also on urban furniture.

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messages through the streets of the city of Pas-de-Calais, an artistic course allows curious people to discover completed works or in progress.

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They may meet Akut , perched on its elevator. Under the artist's bombs from Germany, a bird is gradually coming to life. Entitled "Choose your fight", the painting is not only there to embellish the city walls. Through its colors and its subject, a committed message is guessed. "Instead of his food, he has waste in the beak. This is the main subject of this work because at the moment there are too many things in the ocean which have nothing to do there" , explains the street artist.

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This 7th edition hosts in residence eleven international artists, two regional and eight Boulonnais who take turns to enrich the outdoor museum with new classical, philosophical or surprising works of art. Like this giant fish that arises from a building on rue des Victoires. This seven -meter -high fresco is the work of Mélissa Follet and, again, there is a committed message. "It is a fighting fish that is facing the sea, it has a strong symbolism because we are rue des Victoires," she says.

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at 24, the young artist set out to painting only a year ago. She would never have imagined seeing her name one day appearing on one of these walls. "It was very important for me to make my first wall in a festival such as Boulogne-sur-Mer," said Melissa. Her chiaroscuro hyperrealist paintings, which she regularly publishes on Instagram, are inspired by nature and animal kingdom.

If the Street Art Festival in Boulogne-sur-Mer ends on August 31, his works will leave a lasting trace in the streets of the city.

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