Massive Coronavirus-themed Graffiti Named Beyond Crisis in the Swiss Alps | Instant News

Coronavirus Switzerland: Graffiti is made with environmentally friendly paint made from chalk.


A French artist known for large-scale graffiti on grass that is most visible from the air presents his latest work on Sunday in the Swiss Alps – a coronavirus-related picture of a girl looking toward the horizon.

The Saype artist, whose real name is Guillaume Legros, has painted temporary, biodegradable images on lawns from Yamoussoukro on Ivory Coast to the Champ de Mars next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, often depicting children or close-ups of two people’s hands. clutching each other’s arms.

“Beyond crisis”, his new work on opening in the Swiss resort town of Leysin, shows a girl sitting, completing a chain of stick figures holding hands.

“Paintings on more than 3,000 square meters evoke world development with more solidarity and humanity,” Saype said in a statement.

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