Magic Does Exist

Recent mural by German street art duo HERAKUT in Paris, France.
The mural is dedicated to kids and is painted on the corner of an elementary school and very close from a high school, so that it could directly address children on their way to school.

“This message goes out to the kids: even though these times make it hard to see, magic does exist (we have seen it)”
– Herakut

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~ By HERAKUT ~ Photo: Yannick Touarin

“They created this wall to support above all the children who have witnessed the terror attacks of Paris, as a reminder that humans (no matter what age) can spread magic around them. They just have to believe in magic and they will see it. The colors blue, white and red, symbol of France, reinforce Herakut’s support to French kids after the attacks. The mural is located 24 rue Goscinny in the 13th district of Paris, home of Paris street art.”
– StreetArtUnitedStates.com

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~ By HERAKUT ~ Photo: Yannick Touarin

Click here for more info about HERAKUT.


Have a peaceful day!

4 comments

  1. southamptonoldlady · October 27, 2016

    Beautiful

    Liked by 1 person

  2. icelandpenny · October 27, 2016

    I’m happy to see this & not surprised — Herakut has a big heart. I’m proud that we have a Herakut wall in Toronto, also full of gentleness and compassion. I’m glad you are giving a link, so more people can learn more about these artists.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Aneta StreetArtRat · October 28, 2016

      Thank you for your comment, I would love to see their work life! I have to plan a new trip to hunt some street art 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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