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Elusive French artist Invader just returned from a productive night out on the streets of his hometown, Paris in France.

Geared with a full stock of ceramic tiles, cement, glue and his ladder, Invader installed his 1280th and 1281th invasions to dates in Paris, quite a record!  His latest invasion is inspired by the popular American drama series “Charlie’s Angels”.

Invader defines himself as an “ULA”, an unidentified living artist. As such, he can quietly visit his own exhibitions without anyone knowing who he really is. Invader is a graduate of the Parisian art school Ecolé des Beaux-Arts. He has ‘invaded’ more than 60 cities in over 30 countries by cementing his style in many highly visible locations. His work, composed of square ceramic tiles, is inspired by the pixilated video game characters from the late 1970s to early 1980s. His name is derived from the 1978 arcade game of Space Invaders.

Take a look below for more images by Alexandre Feuvrier and keep checking back with us soon for more street art updates from France and beyond.

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