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Invader Takes Over Paris

Various characters have been unleashed in 8-bit onto the streets of Paris.

Taking advantage of the warmer months, Parisian artist Invader has literally invaded the streets of his city, and adorned the sides of buildings with his 8-bit-inspired street art. Putting up over 30 pieces of art all around the capital, take a look above at some of his creations that take on the form of Bugs Bunny, Alice in Wonderland, Smurfs and of course, his signature Space Invaders. These pieces are a welcome change from bland walls and offer a colorfully cheeky addition to the roads of Paris. Head over to Invader’s website to learn more.

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