March 16th, 2011

Street Art of the Week: Paris, Je T’Aime

Stephan has taken a sojourn to Paris. We miss him more than you know. Thankfully, they have the internet in Europe (finally!), so he’s been able to stay in contact with us. He just sent over a couple of shots of a piece of street art he has found during his travels.

We’ll resume the Houston street art next week.

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And another shot:

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— The Loop Scoop

Comments

dissatisfied — Monday, March 21, 2011 1:11 pm

yah, post pictures of paris in the “houston” street art thread, is this a fucking a joke? this is worse than that fucking couch with a stencil on it, you should completely stop doing this cause it obvious you don’t know shit about houston street art & you are just riding the bandwagon you fucking faggot hipster, the loopscoop is a fucking joke

Paul — Monday, March 21, 2011 1:42 pm

dissatisfied,

We’ve been posting Houston street art for a long time. I’m sorry that you find it so offensive that we switched things up on you. My only recommendation is this: You should add your shots to the flickr group. We rely on you for the content you care about, not just your criticism (which we appreciate as well).

I’m sorry that all our previous work on the subject is completely nullified when one of our writers goes to Paris and wants to share a photo with you and the other readers. Perhaps you should refresh your memory with all the other artists and art we’ve covered in the past:

http://theloopscoop.com/stay-up-by-david-elizondo-an-interview-with-the-author

http://theloopscoop.com/houston-street-art-the-stencils

http://theloopscoop.com/houston-street-art-the-wheat-pastes

http://theloopscoop.com/houston-street-art-the-wild-styles

http://theloopscoop.com/houston-street-art-a-photo-essay

In the future, please keep your saucy language to yourself. You’re very much entitled to your own opinion, we don’t discount that. However your variety of f-words isn’t necessary. You can get your point across much more effectively without it.

Thanks,

Paul

Catie Colby — Wednesday, March 23, 2011 10:50 am

I personally think it is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing and keep up the awesome work LoopScoop!!

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