Paris street art by Miss Tic graces a wall near Rue Mouffetard. [Photo by La_Caille]
Miss Tic’s graffiti poem reads, “Les actes gratuits ont-ils un prix?” Ms. Modigliani translates this literally as,”Do gratuitous acts have a price?” The pun seems to center on “gratuits” — which could also mean “free” or “wanton.” Any further interpretations?
About the Artist: Street artist Miss Tic isn’t exactly a kid in a hoodie with a can of spray paint. Maybe she can still run like hell when the police show up, but can she sprint in high heels? Well-known in international avant-garde circles, her work is exhibited now at the Venice Biennale as well as the alleys of Paris.