Belleville seems to be the focal point for Parisian street art. It seems at its most unrestrained and vivid there. I do hope somebody is studiously archiving this stuff for posterity, it is by nature quite ephemeral and has an anti-elitist accessibility, for both the artist who isn't fed through the usual gatekeeper arbiters of current art orthodoxy prior to exhibition and the audience who get to view art outside the tightly controlled and often pretentious and stuffy context the art establishment generally prefers to inhabit.
The delivery trucks of Paris are amazing. I've never seen their equal anywhere. Some look like random vandalism, but many others look a little too good for that. Surely some of the truck owners must allow their trucks to be used as canvasses just as do the shopkeepers there that who have local artists paint the panels they put over the windows at night in the street graphic oeuvre.
This is art meant to be seen from the street. Artists were invited to paint the traffic light control boxes all over town. This one is my favorite. The boxes are absolutely rectangular and flat, but this artist was able to fool the eye.
There are a couple dozen (#103) of these all scattered around the city, and since I only see them from a moving vehicle, normally, tricky to photograph. Perhaps when the weather improves, I'll have to take a bicycle photo excursion to catch a few more.