Open doors at a Paris bar

An open door! I had to go back in time to find this, as lockdown is still quite tight here in Britain. And we have a typical Miss.Tic image to go with it.

Miss.Tic has been stencilling the walls of Paris since 1985. She mixes lightness and gravity, humour and provocation, using images of women and usually incisive phrases.

open door at a bar in Paris

“Smile you are alive”
outside a bar in Paris, July 2018

Miss.Tic has also appeared in exhibitions around the world and participated in the 2010 edition of the Petit Larousse, illustrating the words of the French language. If you’re in Paris, you’ll find it hard not to spot some of her work


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 28 May 2020

Posted as part of Norm’s Doors

13 thoughts on “Open doors at a Paris bar

  1. Miss Tic, is everywhere on the Paris walls since a long time. She began his work in the middle 80’s. It’s a kind of institution now 🙂

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  2. I hadn’t her of her, but I like her style! The little phrases that go with the murals are quite cute too.
    Thanks for participating Debbie.

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