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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Giant Graffiti on The Dam of France

The French duo graffiti artists Ella & Pitr is known for the size of their works. The Duo's most recent graphite is called Le Naufrage de Bienvenu , or "The Shipwreck of the Well-Vindos." It was made 47 meters high in a dam on the river Gier, and required ten days of work.


Known for portraying neglected groups such as the homeless or the elderly, and paints them in difficult proportions to ignore, this time the two decided to address refugees seeking a better life in Europe. The character holds a photograph in his hand, just the sight of the dam where Ella and Pitr [Instagram] did the drawing.




A refugee painting on a gigantic dam in France calls for the abolition of borders, or a wonderful example of engaging art

All images courtesy of Galerie Le Feuvre

The French duo graffiti artists Ella & Pitr is known for the size of their works. The Duo's most recent graphite is called Le Naufrage de Bienvenu , or "The Shipwreck of the Well-Vindos." It was made 47 meters high in a dam on the river Gier, and required ten days of work.
All images courtesy of Galerie Le Feuvre

The French duo graffiti artists Ella & Pitr is known for the size of their works. The Duo's most recent graphite is called Le Naufrage de Bienvenu , or "The Shipwreck of the Well-Vindos." It was made 47 meters high in a dam on the river Gier, and required ten days of work.
All images courtesy of Galerie Le Feuvre

The French duo graffiti artists Ella & Pitr is known for the size of their works. The Duo's most recent graphite is called Le Naufrage de Bienvenu , or "The Shipwreck of the Well-Vindos." It was made 47 meters high in a dam on the river Gier, and required ten days of work.
All images courtesy of Galerie Le Feuvre

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