Cleon Peterson Creates the First-Ever Mural to Appear Below the Eiffel Tower
Peterson crafts ‘Endless Sleep’ for this year’s ‘Nuit Blanche.’
This year’s Nuit Blanche (“White Night”) is set to hit Paris this upcoming weekend and Cleon Peterson’s latest piece will undoubtedly steal the spotlight. Hot on the heels of the Los Angeles-based artist’s recent collab with HUF, Endless Sleep pays homage to the infamous late nights of the cultural festival and holds the distinction of being the first-ever mural to appear directly below the Eiffel Tower. As per usual, the piece is made up of Peterson’s signature black and white Greco-Roman fresco-inspired figures and, in this case, sees them intertwined in a circular dance.
Nuit Blanche takes place this upcoming Saturday, October 1.
- Arrested Motion