Pejac Left New Street Art Pieces On The Walls Of Paris
Pejac, a well-recognized street artist, recently visited Paris again to leave his artsy footprint behind with at least three new tongue-in-cheek wall paintings.
All of his paintings have multiple layers that interact with each other. In one of them, a man’s waterballoon splats on the wall, revealing Manet’s famous “The Luncheon on the Grass.” The next one depicts the silhouettes of two little children that seem to be using a magnifying glass to burn ants, except that, upon closer inspection, the ants are actually tiny people. The third piece was born from a crack in the wall that inspired Pejac to paint a surreal-looking door, perhaps leading to the world where the artist’s imagination lives.