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After Switzerland and Italy our good friend Reka One wrapped up his Euro summer tour 2015 with a new piece in Paris. Putting his name on the list of participants of the legendary Le Mur project, the Australian-born artist recently revealed "Give a Man a Fish".

After Switzerland and Italy our good friend Reka One wrapped up his Euro summer tour 2015 with a new piece in Paris. Putting his name on the list of participants of the legendary Le Mur project, the Australian-born artist recently revealed “Give a Man a Fish”.
Usually working on much bigger scale Reka used this “smaller” format for more elaborate image. Through his recognizable jigsaw puzzle-like style he painted an abstract image of a fish built with complex mass of different forms and shapes. With a title of the piece referring to the famous quote “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” the finished piece carries a positive deeper meaning to it.
Check out more process photos by the artist, Le Mur and Thierry Lainé after the jump and come back soon for more updates on the Le Mur project.

Rom Levy

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