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Felipe Pantone Paints Illusory Graphic Street Art in Parisian Tunnels

Internet aesthetics IRL.

Argentinian artist Felipe Pantone is the latest to contribute to the large-scale street art project, Lasco Project. Now based in Valencia, the young artist is known for his distinct style, which plays with distortion and illusion to bring a digital aesthetic offline to painted walls. For this piece, Pantone covered a total of 4,000 square meters of highway tunnel next to Paris – a space typically forbidden for the public.

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