As a part of the nine-day Dulwich Festival in London, various street artists and crews took their skills indoors for a change. Artists from around the world including REKA, ROA, Agent Provocateur, Remi Rough, Conor Harrington, Dscreet, Thierry Noir, Mad C, RUN, Phlegm, and The Rolling People took over a house and created wall-to-wall (and floor-to-ceiling) murals that paid homage to the "Old Masters" such as Rembrandt, Poussin, and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. The Rolling People (TRP) created the mural seen in these photos, which includes a nod wink to the iconic scene of Georges Melies' 1902 film, "A Trip to the Moon."

Photo credits to Alex EllisonRomany WG and Street Art London.

[via MyModernMet]

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