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  • Algunos de los representantes más sólidos se unieron a uno de los proyectos de arte urbano más ambicioso de los últimos años llamado Djerbahood , una especie de museo al aire libre en el corazón del desierto, un oasis rico y único donde confluirán 150 artistas de 30 nacionalidades diferentes para intervenir con su creatividad varios lugares de Djerba en Túnez. Aquí les presentamos una recopilación de lo mejor que hemos visto en medio estos paisajes decorados por los litorales, arena y cúpulas blancas que inspiraron de una extraña forma paradisíaca a estos artistas . Los 150 artistas no realizaron ese número de obras, pues casi cada uno pintó más de un mural en la región, la mayoría intervino de uno a cuatro lugares o más, así que la cantidad de piezas callejeras asciende a más de 200. Some of the strongest representatives joined one of the most ambitious projects of recent years called Djerbahood urban art, a kind of open air museum in the heart of the desert, a rich and unique oasis where converge 150 artists from 30 countries different to intervene with their creativity in various places in Djerba Tunisia. Here we present a compilation of the best we've seen among these landscapes decorated by coastal sand and white domes that inspired a strange way these artists paradise. The 150 artists did not make that number of works, as almost everyone painted over a mural in the region, most stepped from one to four or more places, so the amount of street pieces is more than 200.