French street artist Charles Leval, better known as Levalet, has left a number of murals in his hometown of Paris before. Known for incorporating his surroundings and objects into his typically black-and-white pieces, Levalet just dropped a playful, albeit morbid new wheatpaste somewhere in Paris.
It depicts a man leaning back with his two arms suspended in the air. His upper body and face, however, are concealed by a structure on the street. Inside what looks like an orange sign, Levalet has left behind an intricate wheatpaste of the figure's skeleton. From far away, the whole piece seems to depict like a man being x-rayed by a found object from the streets.