3 years ago5,000+ Views
French artist Levalet fills the city walls of Paris with monochrome characters playing on the elements and local urban terrain. The artist uses India ink on white craft paper to create his collages, which are occasionally augmented with real books to present a sense of irony in the scene.
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The knight in shining armor/duck floaty is my favorite!
3 years ago·Reply
This is really cool! I like the girl siting on the "ledge"
3 years ago·Reply
The piano girl is really great, I wish I had stuff like this where I live!
3 years ago·Reply
@danidee, do these just wash away? They're so cool, it's hard to think that they're ephemeral!
3 years ago·Reply
@Spudsomma They tend to last a little longer than you'd think due to the nature of the adhesive, but ultimately, the paper's going to whether with time. I've noticed that smaller pieces tend to last longer, but it could just be a matter of surface area.
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