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Street Art Blurred with Real Life in Charming Photos

A playful, whimsical photo series that blends art with reality.

By Anita Senaratna
September 23, 2013
By Anita Senaratna
September 23, 2013

One great thing about street art and public art is the way they make you see your surroundings in a different way, and draw your attention to spaces you might not have noticed otherwise.

French artist Julien Coquentin has captured this in Please Draw Me a Wall, a photo series that playfully blends fantasy with reality. The photos include things like a man with a fishing rod in front of a wall of painted fish, or a little girl in a red coat staring at what appears to be a wolf. Coquentin hasn't revealed the location of the images, but Paris would probably be the most likely — the city is known for its vibrant street art scene and Coquentin is currently living in France.

See more of Coquentin's images on his website or on his Behance page.

Via Flavorwire

Published on September 23, 2013 by Anita Senaratna


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