Octopus by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Monday, January 13, 2014
Hey! That’s different. This is the first time we have  seen the Parisian chalk artist, Philippe Baudelocque, use a background color that was not black. This location in Paris regularly displays Baudelocque’s impermanent drawings and this time around the artist drew a multi-armed, intricately patterned octopus.

The Chalk Work of Philippe Baudelocque

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 04, 2013
We love the chalk work of Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque and get excited whenever we something new pop up. He uses complex designs and patterns to create a variety of different animals with the ultra impermanent medium. 

New Chalk drawing from philippe baudelocque

Street Art // Monday, October 14, 2013
A butterfly has been added to the repertoire of animals Parisian artist, Philippe Baudelocque, has chalked on this specific location in the Paris streets. Each outline of the butterfly’s wings are filled differently with intricate patterns, geometrical shapes and designs

Philippe Baudelocque chalks a lizard

Street Art // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
  With a rich history in the arts, Paris has always had an extensive array of talent from its natives. Philippe Baudelocque is a perfect example of a Parisian creating distinctively unique work and using the very impermanent medium of chalk in the streets. This newest piece is of a large lizard for one of the Le Mur walls.

Philippe Baudelocque chalks Magnum Photo’s Paris office

Street Art // Sunday, January 27, 2013
We often post the chalk work of Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque whenever we see something new pop up. His complex designs and patterns used to creat an array of different animals are some of the most interesting work we have seen created with chalk as the medium. The distinguished photography agency, Magnum Photo, had the artist draw this guerilla on the exterior of their Paris office.

An elephant by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Sunday, December 16, 2012
Unlike any elephant you may have seen, Parisian chalk artist, Philppe Baudelocque’s large mammals are composed of geometrical shapes, designs, and intricate patterns.

Deer drawing with chalk by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Chalk is one of the most temporal mediums to use in the streets and the weapon of choice for Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque. In the past, we have posted several of the artists intricately drawn animals, composed of complex designs and patterns. We get excited when something new from Baudelocque pops up, this fawn well worth the wait.

Two seahorses and more by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Monday, March 26, 2012
We haven’t heard much from Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque, until a local photographer happened by the artist in action. The artist was seen creating two seahorses outside of a retail shop where the interior was decorated with the artist’s renderings of deer.  The complex designs and patterns of Baudelocque’s work are a standout in the streets of Paris.

New Philippe Baudelocque Owls

Street Art // Tuesday, October 11, 2011
A pair of owls from Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque known for using chalk as his medium in the street.

Chalk Drawings

Street Art // Friday, May 13, 2011
Paris based artist, Philippe Baudelocque, draws a range of different animals using intricate patterns and designs.  The difference between most street artists and Philippe is that he uses the very impermanent medium of chalk.  His work is reminiscent of a cryptic astronomy chart waiting to be deciphered.  A book of his work is due to be released soon and we are eager to catch a peek.