150 Artists Collaborated To Turn The Streets Of Tunisia Into Works Of Art

The village is now an attraction any tourist would be pleased to visit.

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

In the village of Er-Riadh, on the Tunisian island of Djerba, one will find more than historical artifacts — they’ll also find themselves surrounded by an abundance of art. This is because, for the past few months, 150 street artists worked together to transform the sleepy, traditional corner of North Africa into a vivacious village full of color.

Photographs of the captivating streets were captured by Nicholas Linn and Galerie Itinerance. According to Mostafa Soliman via Bored Panda, the village is now an attraction any tourist would be pleased to visit.

Following are captivating images of the colorful village:

1)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

2)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

3)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

4)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

5)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

6)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

7)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

8)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

9)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

10)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

11)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

12)

Credit: Nicholas Linn/Galerie Itinerance

Popular On True Activist

More On True Activist

To Top