Xavier Casalta is a 23 year old artist from the South of France. His piece “Autumn” is part of a series representing the four seasons. It’s also the result of 370 hours spent meticulously inking 7 million dots to create every shape and shade! Click below for more images of Casalta’s incredible stippling technique.
“The Jungle” is a refugee camp in the French port city of Calais, the primary crossing point between England and France. It’s here that Banksy has revealed new artwork depicting the late Steve Jobs, founder of Apple and, as his piece highlights, the son of a Syrian migrant. The image is one in a series intended to change people’s misconceptions about the thousands of refugees living in the area. Infrastructure from Banksy’s recent “bemusement” park, Dismaland (previously posted about here), is also being used to help create emergency housing for migrants living in Calais. More images from “the Jungle” below.
Paris-based artist Baptiste Debombourg’s “Stellar” is, basically, 1200 chairs arranged to look like a rollercoaster. But what makes the installation even more hilarious is that it’s on display in Place du Bouffay, an area populated with cafés with chairs of the same design (and from which Debombourg drew his inspiration). See more images below!
Loooove these hair dryer installations by magician Antoine Terrieux. Shown at the Maison Des Jonglages in La Courneuve, France, Terrieux perfectly positioned a bunch of hair dryers to create various self-sustaining moments of movement. See video of Terrieux’s magical work below!