Half of a White Room Covered in Graffiti

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Internationally-recognised graffiti artist Tilt has created this interior for the French hotel Au Vieux Panier in Marseille. The hotel only has 5 rooms, but they are ‘decorated’ differently by other artists, too. This room (or ‘space’) is named the Panic Room, which is a stark, white space that is covered from top-to-toe in graffiti on one half. I’m not sure how anyone would be able to sleep in this room given all the colour around. Make sure it’s pitch black when the lights are off I suppose! Take a look at the rest of these intriguing images below…

Half white room

graffiti cup

Credits: All images are Copyright © Tilt. Photography by Bigaddict. Found Via Colossal via Mymodernmet.

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Stunning Chewing Gum Art

I bet the last time you stood on someone else’s chewing gum, you didn’t admire it as art. Well, English ‘urban-graffiti’ street artist Ben Wilson has spent many hours painting the sticky stuff on the pavements (sidewalks) of London. This aptly named “Chewing Gum Art” is pretty unique. As you can see in the following images, Ben certainly likes to get in the thick of it [SEE MORE].

Ben Wilson Chewing Gum Art

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