Dope New Levalet Piece Goes Up On Paris Streets

Dope New Levalet Piece Goes Up On Paris StreetsImage via Street Art News

The artist Charles Leval, otherwise known as Levalet, took to the streets of Paris recently where he put up this playful, if not morbid, new piece. Even giving his viewers a title for the work, Jouer Sa Tete, which translates to “playing its head.” As you can see, it’s a bit beyond literal, given the content of the piece: two life-sized wheat-pasted characters volley a head back and forth, between actual, installed tennis rackets. Levalet is known for incorporating objects in his work and this one proves no different check a few out above.

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