After the success of Galerie Itinerrance's Street Art 13 wall project in Paris, France they have initiated a new project in Djerba, Tunisia, creating an open air museum, Djerbahood, in the small village gathering over 150 street artists. During the months of July and August, a selection of artists from around the world will take turns one week at a time, each to leave their mark in the village. One of the first runners up was Faith47 who painted this stunning addition to the quite neighborhood of a subtle unicorn running across the building facade. I couldn't think of a better landscape for her to work in with the aged architecture accenting this piece, giving it the illusion of long existence among the residents.
Photo by Aline Deschamps of Galerie Itinerrance.