05.10.12 by Jeff

Invader invades space

Invader invades space
Invader has spent years hiding his ceramic creations all over the globe but last month he sent one somewhere new – space! Well, actually to be honest I’m not sure if this technically qualifies as space. Does it? Would this be the stratosphere? Is that something? In any case, it was attached to a balloon and it went… somewhere. Video below!

Invader invades space

Invader invades space

Invader invades space

space-invaders.com

via: street art news













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Such an honest and true experiment by Invader.  this reminds me i never got to see banksy’s short  documentary- “the B film” i think, it’s called.  

  • and who else could survive space other than the space invader himself!





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