Once in the 13th Parisian District, you won’t expect the mark of a can. But by hunting the right things on the web or simply by being lucky, you come across the spot of « Le Frigo »(the fridge)! Old refrigerated rail complex, this place was transformed into an expression scene, with walls painted to the bones. The building, huge, was built in 1920 and was declared as a formal industrial site at the beginning of the seventies. The width of the setting has attracted squatters, alternative artists, later graffiti artists. Grems, Big Nas and many more have painted this uncommon place with graffiti. Stencils, stickers and other forms of street-art have also integrated the walls in harmony. Enter the building, and you will discover a melting pot of artistic culture. Associations, a music studio, an ecological restaurant, walls painted to the roofs, and a staircase made of six floors which we could administratively qualify of “vandalised” You will be welcomed with a smile, and you will leave the place with the same expression.