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After a few year break, French-Tunisian artist eL Seed is back in the UK where just a few moments ago he wrapped a mural which was curated by Kettle’s Yard for their “Actions. The image of the world can be different” exhibition opening on 10th of February. To show the words of Veronica Forrest-Thomson, eL Seed uses intricate composition in his work to call not only on the words and their meaning, but also on their movement, which ultimately lures the viewer into a different state of mind. Throughout his work, different paths intersect and mirror the multiple sources of inspiration which nourish his art, and this piece is one of them…

Take a look at more pictures below and then if you are in Cambridge, you will be able to find the artwork in North Cambridge, at a place called Arbury Court.

Pictures by Modestas Moe Noreika.

Modestas Moe Noreika

About Modestas Moe Noreika

Modestas is a street art enthusiast who has been active in the scene for a few years, during that time has participated on production in projects around the world and continues to manage StreetArtNews print store. He is currently freelancing in the street art scene and is based in the UK.