The Grenade Perfume

March 6, 2009 at 10:54 pm 2 comments

This stencil was used by a theater company in Paris to promote their show. The theatre piece is called “Les vipères se parfument au jasmin” I have no idea what it is about and any quality. 

However the stencil piece they used is great and could have been from Banksy or Dolk. In fact maybe it is but I haven’t been able to find out. 


The perfume grenade stencil (pochoir) poster from the Paris subway.

The perfume grenade stencil (pochoir) poster from the Paris subway.


If someone knows who did the original art please leave a comment. 

On another note, I started a thread called “Who has been blogging graffiti” on, see the link here: and there are some really interesting graffiti styles out there. Such as the one from Bayarts about moss graffiti. Will definitely blog that one shortly.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. alvina  |  April 13, 2009 at 8:53 pm


    if you have not found the designer of the poster yet, he’s called Malte Martin and he works in paris.

    here are some links, that should be interesting.
    i really love his work too, he uses simple colours and images, a lot of typography (DIN), and the final result has always a really good impact.
    sorry for my english, i dont know if i made some mistakes, im french.

    see ya !

    • 2. marcozna  |  April 27, 2009 at 7:09 pm

      Thanks a lot this is great! I didn’t see it on the link you put but he has some great stuff in there!


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