The French street art duo Ella & Pitr hailing from St-Etienne, France are currently in Canada where they’ve been on a tear painting their signature ground murals on the tops of buildings. The works are bigger than the eye can see and need an ariel view to fully understand the magnitude of the work.
Street art duo ELLA & PITR present a new exhibition in Paris from day 15th of January to 14th of February at Galerie Le Feuvre.
The exhibition is related to their outdoor work that they’ve been working on for number of years. After creating fabulous anamorphic work, the couple introduces us to a new scale of art perception, spreading giant characters all around the cities of the world. They already released some in Montréal, Santiago in Chile, Portugal and of course in France.
The exhibition called “See you soon like the Moon” will be available at Galerie Le Feuvre‘s for one month until the 14th of February.
French street artists Ella and Pitr have added a few new pieces to their optical illusions roster. Just like their previous works, the duo have painted a series of playful, anamorphic murals that feature various human limbs and figures sprawled across the walls and floors of abandoned buildings.
Street art duo Ella & Pitr are back in their hometown of Saint-Etienne in France from their Canada trip, where they just wrapped up yet another absolutely massive rooftop piece. The duo spent a couple of days working on this piece, which displays a giant lady sunbathing on her red towel.