Urban Street Art: Beautiful Mural in Paris – C215

I'm really diggin' this piece by French street artist C215. Found in Paris, this magnificently colorful mural features the face of a young woman. Her blank stare is open for interpretation, leaving viewers wondering what she is actually thinking. “Faces reflect the personality, you can even read a full life on a marked face. I guess that a lot people never meet tramps because they don't pay attention to them. They have been fascinating me for a long time. You have to be very courageous to accept such a tough life. I paint in the streets people really belonging to the streets: tramps, but also beggars, street orphans from the poorest countries. ” -C215 C215's myspace profile

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