Playful in Paris: Life-Sized Interactive Street Art

[ By Steph in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ]

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Everyday objects and defects when you look at the metropolitan surfaces of Paris come to be section of strange and unanticipated views as French musician Levalet includes them into life-sized road art. A bull head sculpture turns into a minotaur, map available; a figure through a jackhammer goes to work with a wrecked part of wall surface; a display field for advertisements is transformed into an x-ray machine.

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Known by-day being an art teacher known as Charles Leval, the musician produces funny views that communicate with idiosyncrasies and often-unnoticed details into the material of the city.

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The life-sized wheat paste posters make the most of everything from pipes and spigots to false windows and concrete recesses.

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Levalet walks all over city selecting the best places for his work, takes dimensions and creates the paste-ups at home before going back to their selected places and setting up the task.

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He told Street Art News he views most of the specific moments become part of a larger framework, “where I make an effort to determine a cosmology of a synchronous globe.”

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