A bleak school dormitory in Paris, France, was transformed by 100 artists into an art exhibition as part of Rehab 2 Festival. The artists unleashed their creativity and imagination as they converted the interior of the student residence at the Cité Internationale Universitaire into a giant graffiti canvas.

Raf Urban, Photography: Jonk Photography

After the artists had finished their work, the place was opened to the public who got to view the breathtaking masterpieces and experience graffiti in a completely different air. The unusual urban art exhibition lasted for one month, from 16 June to 16 July. However, the art will be abolished later on for intended renovations of the building.

Olivier Poizat and Kesadi, Photography: Jonk Photography

Graffiti artists often use neglected spaces to showcase their vibrant art, and they sure did take good advantage of this festival to introduce it to people. Their temporary murals have been documented in photographs taken by Jonk Photography. To see more of these photographs, you can check the REHAB2 album on the photographer’s Facebook page.

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