Spray painting taggers killed by Brooklyn tram train recognized too known French craftsmen

The two French travelers struck and killed for the current week by a No. 3 train in Brooklyn have been recognized too known spray painting craftsmen who expected to make some meaningful difference in New York City.

Pierre Audebert, 28, and Julian Blanc, 34, were lethally struck by a Manhattan-bound train at some point late Tuesday or early Wednesday, police said.
Their mutilated bodies were found at around 6:40 a.m. Wednesday by a train administrator maneuvering into the raised Sutter Ave.- Rutland Road station in Brownsville. French travel papers and shower paint jars were among their assets found at the scene, police said. Agents suspect they were going to a close by station to tag.

French news sites said Audebert, whose tag was Full1, and Blanc, whose tag was Jibeone, were notable in the French locale of Toulouse. Audebert and Jibeone’s craft was displayed in Morocco, Italy and Spain.
The pair “needed to understand their fantasy about graffiting within a New York tram,” as per Connection France.
“I considered them siblings,” French-Algerian road craftsman Ceet Fouad supposedly said. “I’m completely crushed.”

Ceet-Fouad said Audebert and Blanc had ventured out to the city with him on a limited time trip and that he expected they had been captured.

“Whenever I saw on the news that two individuals had been hit by a train in the spot they needed to go I promptly made the association,” he said.
Blanc’s Instagram page remembers his tag for huge air pocket letters on the top of a Manhattan working, as well as on a few tram vehicles in urban communities all over the planet.

Blanc’s family approached online for gifts to assist with covering a burial service for the dad of two.

“On 20 April 2022 we lost our point of support,” the family composed. “Julien was a dad, a spouse, a child, a sibling, a companion.”