City Street Art: Angoulême, France

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Today we are continuing our City Street Art series as we explore the southwestern French town of Angoulême. This city has not only been named a street art capital with it’s more than 20 commissioned murals, but it has also been named as the “Capital of the Comic Strip.”

Here are ten wall murals in City Street Art: Angoulême, France.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

La Fille des Ramparts (The Girl of the Ramparts), by Max Cabanas and painted in 2004.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Hôtel des Pyrénées on Rue Saint-Roch, painted in 2000. Features Blake et Mortimer, two classic Belgian comic characters.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Chassez le Naturel (Chase the Natural) by François Boucq and painted in 2000.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Un Samedi à Malakoff (A Saturday in Malakoff), painted in 2003.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Realite, Sortie de Secours (Reality, Emergency Exit), by Marc-Antoine Mathieu’s and painted in 1999.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Memoires du XXeme Ciel (Memories of the 20th Heaven), by  Yslaire and painted in 1999.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Voyage au Travers des Images (Travel Through Images), by Philippe Druillet and painted in 1983.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

La Guitariste (The Guitarist), by Loustal and painted in 2005.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Le Jardin Extraordinaire  (The Extraordinary Garden), by Florence Cestac and painted in 2001.

City Street Art: Angoulême, France

Avec le Temps (With Time), by François Schuiten and painted in 1998.

Interested in touring the comic strip walls of Angoulême, France? Click here for a tour guide. To check out our previous City Street Art post, featuring the Wynwood Walls in Miami Fl, click here.

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