Lek, Sowat, and Philippe Baudelocque Collaborated On a 63-Foot-Long Mural in Paris

Lek, Sowat, and Philippe Baudelocque Collaborated On a 63-Foot-Long Mural in ParisImage via StreetArtNews/ Nicolas Gzeley and Cristobal Diaz

Art Azoi organized a super team of French artists recently to paint a large mural in the Saint Blaise section of the 20th district in Paris. Lek, Sowat, and Philippe Baudelocque combined their unique painting styles into one long and beautiful abstract wall. The wall measures 27 feet by 63 feet, and just about every square inch of it is covered in the colorful layered patterns. Props to Nicolas Gzeley and Cristobal Diaz for taking great details shots of the wall because some photographers often don't.

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[via StreetArtNews]

 

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