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New Indoor Mural By The Popular French Street Artist Dran For The Lasco Project - Palais De Tokyo, Paris.

While we last heard from him last summer 2012 (covered), Dran is finally active again with this new indoor piece which was recently completed in Paris, France.
Painted for The Lasco Project (organised by Lek and Sowat) at the Palais De Tokyo, the popular French artist quickly painted this signature and humorous monochrome piece.
Make sure to take a peep at more detailed images by Nicolas Gzeley and Butterfly after the jump and then if you are in the area, you’ll be able to find the “The Lasco Project” and Dran’s piece at the Palais De Tokyo – 13 Avenue du Président Wilson.

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