Interactive Street Art by Julien Conquentin
Graffiti and photography creatively blends together in a series Please Draw Me a Wall by French photographer Julien Conquentin. His curious and interactive street art rely on the interaction between people and their physical surroundings.
This series reminds me of another interactive street art in Malaysia by artist Ernest Zacharevic in which is two life-size siblings taking a ride on the back of a mountain bike. Interestingly, the bike is actually real and is propped up against the wall.
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