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Street art is a very curious aspect of city life. On one hand, it helps weave the fabric of urban communities and often propagates powerful messages of solidarity. On the other, it is constantly changing and whether it’s being replaced by another artist or painted over by the municipality, it is fleeting. A city’s street art is special because it is so of the moment. And thanks to our global community, we get to experience those moments from all over the world in the form of photographs uploaded to our app daily. Of the thousands of images uploaded to our app, many of them feature street art very prominently, and today, we want to take a quick tour of some of our favorite captures in cities across the globe. 1. Wynwood Art District, Miami, FL This image captured by Ann (@lifesahoot) really struck us, not just for its imagery, but for its story and Ann’s interpretation.…

To outsiders, Paris street art may not be the most obvious attraction in the city that houses some of the world’s most famous art museums. While many can rattle off the names of famous painters like Van Gogh and Renoir who called Paris home, somehow, outside of the posh galleries, it’s hard to imagine the art of vandalism thriving in the city’s elegant streets. Then you remember the revolution and the underclass that was never allowed in the palaces we visit in droves, and you have all the rebellion you need for a great street art scene. Welcome to Oberkampf! Welcome to Belleville! We’re exploring Paris street art in the traditional neighborhoods of the industrial poor, birthplace of the revolution and of some of the finest urban art this side of the Atlantic. Today, we’re walking through it all. It’s a mild spring day and I’m on a walking tour of Paris street…