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“Safe House” by Leon Keer in Morlaix, France

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July 6, 2020
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As part of the MX29 Graffiti Tour 2020 organized by the Ateliers du Graff, the Dutch artist Leon Keer worked on a new mural in Morlaix, France. The mural features a trompe l’oeil gift packaging on the gable of a building. “It is not obvious for everybody to have a roof over their head, your home is precious and gives you the comfort and protection, a gift for the necessary needs in life. In honor of Christo and Jeanne-Claude” the artist said.

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Leon Keer is one of the world’s leading artists in anamorphic street art. He has created work on canvas and (3D) artwork on the streets across the world. His art has been showcased in Europe, the United States, Russia, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, New Zealand, and several Asian countries. In addition to using optical illusion, he often presents his art by adding new technologies, such as augmented reality and video mapping.

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