WHEN DIGITAL ART MEETS PARISIAN TUNNELS

When Digital Art Meets Parisian Tunnels
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WHEN DIGITAL ART MEETS PARISIAN TUNNELS



Written by Dont Panic
03 Friday 03rd June 2016

An occasion when street art meets traffic tunnels, but fortunately not the sort of overtly political, pseudo-thoughtful stencils that'll make you want to swerve into a bollard. Argentina-born artist Felipe Pantone visited Paris to contribute to the Hugo Vitrani-curated series Lasco Project; Pantone plus his team fused his distinctive, digital art-inspired aesthetic with the drab concrete covered and rarely accessed A86 Duplex tunnel. 

Here's some pictures of Pantone's efforts:  

Plus here's an interview with the enigmatic artist from a few months ago:

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