Design for Urban Living

Snapshot #10


Posted on June 17th, by David Bjorngaard in Here/There, The Moment. No Comments

Pantheon as reimagined by graffiti artist JR

In the ultimate “selfie” project, street artist JR brings his international Inside Out public portrait project to Paris’ historical Pantheon.  For the “Au Panthéon” project, thousands of faces were collected by JR’s Photo Booth at nine French national monuments, portraits which were then adhered to the inner & outer surfaces of the building to transform it into a tribute to the people of Paris. Very inspiring, very cool!

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Pantheon transformed by street artist JR

 

Pantheon is transformed by street artist JRPantheon is transformed by street artist JR

JR's Inside Out Truck

JR au Pantheon

Julia, you have no excuse not to see this while you are in Paris, as it’s up until October 5th.

David Bjørngaard, June 2014

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