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Invader in Malaga, Spain

June 1, 2017
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Invader recently travelled to Southern Spain and the “Costa Del Sol” where he spent several days scouting to prepare the invasion of Malaga.

For his 71st city invaded, the French artist unleashed twenty-nine invaders ranging from small to super large. Invader began his invasion in 1998. The Louvre, the Hollywood hill, the walls of Paris, Montpellier (with fellow artist ZEVS), and in random order, Aix-en-Provence, Frankfurt, London, Miami, Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Los Angeles and Vienna, the underwater depths of the Bay of Cancún and outer space with the International Space Station. Twenty years on, he has affixed more than 3,400 mosaics worldwide in over 70 cities. These mosaics, which have all been archived by Invader, are sometimes noted in maps and Invasion guides, published when Invader carries out a large-scale action in a city. Paris, London, Miami, Los Angeles, Rome and Hong Kong therefore each have their Invasion guide.

Take a look below for more images on Malaga’s first wave and keep checking back with us for more updates from Invader.

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