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French artist Christian Guémy aka C215 has been an active street artist for over 20 years. He hailing from Paris and has been described as “France’s answer to Banksy”. C215’s subjects are typically those such as beggars, homeless people, refugees, street kids and the elderly. The rationale behind this choice of subject is to draw attention to those that society has forgotten about. 

His stencils may be seen in BarcelonaAmsterdamLondonRome, Paris and Oslo.

My tools are stencils and spray, but I am not a vandal. My art is contextual. I strongly believe street art can physically change the city and the daily life of people living in

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