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After a smiley version of Napoleon a couple days ago, Invader is once again back on the streets of Paris with a brand new pixelated design. The anonymous French artist created this large-scale rendering of Alice In Wonderland using mosaic tiles, a design which is now known as "PA_1170".

After a smiley version of Napoleon a couple days ago, Invader is once again back on the streets of Paris with a brand new pixelated design.
The anonymous French artist created this large-scale rendering of Alice In Wonderland using mosaic tiles, a design which is now known as “PA_1170”.
Invader began these urban, outdoor installations in Paris in 1998, and continued to “invade” 31 other cities in France, followed by an additional 22 cities across Europe. Currently, cities in the United States, Canada, Asia, and Australia are also home to examples of Invader’s work.
The mosaics are made using weather-resistant tiles, which represent the pixels used for graphics in early video and computer games. The installation process typically takes at least one week, including scouting, recording, and mapping locations.
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