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Two taggers killed by Brooklyn subway train identified as well-known French graffiti artists

Two graffiti taggers killed by Brooklyn subway train are identified as well-known French graffiti artists whose work has been displayed across the globe

  • Pierre Audebert, 28, and Julien Blanc, 34 have been fatally struck by a Manhattan-bound No. 3 train between late Tuesday night time and early Wednesday morning 
  • Their our bodies have been discovered at round 6:40 am in Brownsville, Brooklyn on by a train operator pulling into the elevated Sutter Ave.-Rutland Road station
  • Two French passports alongside a number of cans of spray paint have been positioned on the scene, with police believing the pair have been strolling to a close-by station to tag 
  • The pair’s avenue artwork have been displayed in Italy, Spain and Morocco, in response to French information web sites 
  • Connexion France reported the 2 ‘wished to understand their dream of graffitiing the within of a New York subway’ 

Two graffiti artists who have been killed by an oncoming train whereas tagging a Brooklyn subway station have been identified as well-known French artists Pierre Audebert and Julien Blanc.

Audebert, 28, and Blanc, 34, have been fatally struck by a Manhattan-bound No. 3 train in Brownsville late Tuesday night time.

The New York Daily News studies that their our bodies have been discovered at round 6:40 am on Wednesday by a train operator pulling into the elevated Sutter Ave.-Rutland Road station.

Two French passports alongside a number of cans of spray paint have been positioned on the scene.

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Pierre Audebert, 28, right, and Julien Blanc, 34, left,were both well-known French graffiti artists

Pierre Audebert, 28, proper, and Julien Blanc, 34, left,have been each well-known French graffiti artists

The two were fatally struck by a Manhattan-bound No. 3 train in Brownsville, pictured, between late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning

The two have been fatally struck by a Manhattan-bound No. 3 train in Brownsville, pictured, between late Tuesday night time and early Wednesday morning

The discovery of their bodies disrupted service on the No. 3 line in both directions

The discovery of their our bodies disrupted service on the No. 3 line in each instructions

Audebert, whose tag title was Full1, and and Blanc, whose tag title was Jibeone, have been reportedly extensively recognized in Toulouse, France.

The pair’s avenue artwork have been displayed in Italy, Spain and Morocco, in response to French information web sites. 

Connexion France reported the 2 ‘wished to understand their dream of graffitiing the within of a New York subway.’

‘I considered them as brothers,’ French-Algerian avenue artist Ceet Fouad stated of Audebert and Blanc. 

‘I’m completely devastated.’

Pictured: Blanc's tag name on the roof of a Manhattan high-rise

Pictured: Blanc’s tag title on the roof of a Manhattan high-rise

The French graffiti artists' work has been displayed around the world

The French graffiti artists’ work has been displayed world wide

Blanc's street art displayed at an undisclosed European gallery

Blanc’s avenue artwork displayed at an undisclosed European gallery

Another one of Blanc's pieces of street art, on display at a gallery

Another one in all Blanc’s items of avenue artwork, on show at a gallery

Street art on display from Julien Blanc, whose tag name was Jibeone

Street artwork on show from Julien Blanc, whose tag title was Jibeone

Two large outdoor trash bins used as a canvas by street and graffiti artist Julien Blanc, on display

Two massive outside trash bins used as a canvas by avenue and graffiti artist Julien Blanc, on show

Ceet Fouad instructed the outlet that he had traveled to New York City with the duo on a promotional tour, and initially believed that they had been arrested when he first lost contact with them. 

‘When I noticed on the information that two folks had been hit by a train within the place they wished to go I instantly made the connection,’ he added.

Blanc’s Instagram web page, which options snapshots of his avenue artwork, contains his tag title spray painted on a subway train and on the roof of a Manhattan high-rise.

His household has since started asking for donations in mild of his dying, and described him as a father and husband.

‘On 20 April 2022 we lost our pillar,’ the household wrote.’

Julien was a father, a husband, a son, a brother, a pal.’

Audebert, 28, pictured, went by the tag name of Full1

Blanc, pictured, whose tag name was Jibeone

Audebert, 28, left, went by the tag title of Full1,  and Blanc, proper, whose tag title was Jibeone

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