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Global artistic movement
We are convinced that urban art is a global movement that is making a positive difference in the lives of many people around the world
For this first time in Vietnam, the Residence of France opens its doors to 8 emerging Vietnamese street artists.
El Marto is a resident artist in Burkina Faso. He has been painting the country’s walls for many years, depicting everyday scenes and advocating the coming together of people.
SAVE THE DATE !! On April 24th and 25th, DRIP 'IN and the French Institute of Vietnam are honoured to invite you to a great street-art event in the gardens of the Residence of France! During this exceptional performance, the 6 best artists of the emerging...
What is the history of street art in London and where can you see the best murals? DRIP’IN tells you all about street art in the British capital.
What is the history of street art in Berlin and where can you see it? DRIP’IN tells you all about street art in the German capital.
SAVE THE DATE !! On April 24th and 25th, the French Institute of Vietnam is honoured to invite you to a great street-art event in the gardens of the Residence of France! During this exceptional performance, the 6 best artists of the emerging street-art scene of...
Paris is among the most dynamic street art European capitals with stunning murals at every street corners.
The "Happy Story" of Mate, british street artist in Cambodia Art as tribute to the most deserving ones Mate, British street artist, painted the portrait of Tuy “Kay Kay” Sobil, founder of the charity Tiny Toones in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Assuredly, when two...
DRIP’IN first street art exhibition in Paris at “Achetez de l’art” Gallery – 24 rue de Lappe 75011 (metro Bastille)
Engaged street art, a simple, positive and joyful action to please and help. Discover the Happy Story of Elsa Jeandedieu, street artist in Hong Kong
Known all over the world for his carved portraits with explosives and jackhammers, the street artist Vhils realized his first work in Vietnam. As he usually does during his travels, Vhils paid tribute to the local deserving rap singer Karik for his endless fight for rap in Vietnam.
The "Happy Story" of Tim Marsh – french street artist in Hong Kong Tim Marsh, a French artist travelling the world, tells us here his Happy Story, a collaboration with the Hong Kong artist Bao during a voyage of discovery in this mythical city of South-East Asia....
Saigon Urban arts 2021 In 2021 the 1st Urban Arts Festival of Vietnam will be held, in which DRIP'IN will participate. Since the end of the war in 1975, Vietnam has oriented the country towards a policy of domestic effort and reunification. Nevertheless, since the...
The HAPPY story of Maser – street artist in Vietnam Street artist Maser, 23 years old, is living in Biên Hòa, Đồng Nai province, in South Vietnam. He tells us his story with his friend’s grandpa Thích, 70 years old, who is delighted with his new artistic house wall. ...
Dominique Mourey speaks about the human adventure behind his project DRIP’IN, which aims to create unique art objects in collaboration with international street artists.
Artists, craftsmen, creators, associations, designers, clients, all the people from all walks of life that we meet every day help us, each in their own way, to evolve.
Engaged art is the use of the artist and his work for the benefit of a cause or a community.
Commitment means values. Respect, sharing, the gift of self, time, money and exchange are values shared by DRIP’IN.
Graffiti has been part of urban culture for a long time. While some people consider rock paintings or cave paintings as the first graffiti in history, it seems more appropriate to consider the many examples dating back to Ancient Greece or the Roman Empire as historical evidence of graffiti.
Graffiti has been part of urban culture for a long time. While some people consider rock paintings or cave paintings as the graffiti origins in history, it seems more appropriate to consider the many examples dating back to Ancient Greece or the Roman Empire as historical evidence of graffiti.
Graffiti has been part of urban culture for a long time. Many examples dating back to Ancient Greece or the Roman Empire are still visible today, ranging from simple traces scratched on the walls to carefully crafted painted frescoes.
Cities are becoming more and more sprawling, town centres are becoming more and more remote, neighborhoods are expanding into ever uglier and more depressing concrete forests. A true artistic breath of fresh air, street art brings color and life to this grey gloom and helps to beautify the world’s cities.
Between the rehabilitation of industrial wastelands and its expansion in all the districts, street art is an integral part of the economy of the cities.
Graffiti is a sign of social, political or protest commitment, and is often the fastest mean of expression in countries under oppressive or totalitarian regimes.
Street art is a must in contemporary art today. Strong, influential, colorful and committed, street art has gone from being criticized to popular in just a few years.