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A gorgeously colourful piece that you can find by Quai de Valmy, next to the Canal St Martin, in Paris.  Photograph courtesy of my friend Claire.

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Part two of the street art from near the Walled Off Hotel.  Many thanks again to Alice for her photographs!

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Something a bit special this time, and I’ve split it into two parts so you’ll have to come back next Friday for the second batch of photos.  A friend of mine stayed at the Walled Off Hotel last month and she was kind enough to take lots of photos for me.  Without further ado, here’s a selection of the street art you can find adorning the wall that currently separates Palestine and Israel.

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Last week was tile art in Little Venice, and this week it’s street art from Venice, Italy.  I snapped these while I was on my little weekend getaway in March (wow that’s so long ago now!).  The giant hands by Lorenzo Quinn are beautiful, and you can read about them on Atlas Obscura (although they said that it would only be there until late November 2017, yet I definitely saw it in March 2018!).

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Some street art from Hong Kong today, courtesy of my friend Jane (who sent me loads from Glasgow a couple of years ago).

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Margot of Tulsi Crafts spotted this in Rotterdam, thanks Margot!

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My friend Jane has provided many great bits of street art, and she found another one in December.  This one (on the corner of Ventnor Street and Newland Avenue in Hull) is part of a Culture Cab project, which you can read about here.

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