Dutch artist Leon Keer is understood for his large-scale anamorphic and Trompe-l’œil tasks, reworking the perimeters of buildings and sidewalks into illusory public artwork. His newest mural, titled “Safe House,” turns the facet of a housing complicated in Morlaix, France, into a large, wrapped reward. Regardless of its flat floor, the gold paper seems to crinkle and bulge underneath the brilliant, imperfectly minimize tape. “It isn’t apparent for everyone to have a roof over their head. Your property is valuable and offers you the consolation and safety, a reward for the required wants in life. In honor of the nice Christo and Jeanne-Claude,” the artist writes in a statement.
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