Update July 2020: The mural has been tokenized as NFT. Update April 2021: The mural does not exist no more, it has been painted over. "Comtemplations of the Red Jester" is a fresco painted by Pascal Boyart in rue de Montmorency, Paris. Produced over a period of 2 days, as part of the #W_art festival at Galerie W in July 2020. The fresco measures 3.50 x 6m. This is a cover of the painting "Stańczyk" by Jan Matejko, with some additions from our time In order to support future c
Short film made by Emmanuel Zonzon. Making-of the fresco The Raft of the Medusa 2019 painted by Pascal Boyart in September 2019. This mural is inspired by the famous painting of #Géricault realized in 1818.
The sinking scene has been revisited to create an allegory of the current world through various elements added or modified from the original work.
Located on the roof of a former gold foundry in Ivry-sur-Seine @studiolafonderie, the work was done over a period of 7 d
Update Feb 2020: The mural has been tokenized as NFT. "The Raft of the Medusa 2019" is a cover of the famous painting by Géricault realized between 1818 and 1819. The scene of sinking was revisited to create an allegory of the current world through various elements added or modified compared to the original work. Located on the roof of the former gold foundry of the Banque de France (located in Ivry sur Seine),
the work was done over a period of 7 days using different techni
"The Desperate man 2019" is inspired from the self-portrait of #GustaveCourbet realized in his youth around 1845. This fresco (made without authorization) has been realizable with the help of your #Bitcoin donations received on my reception adress: 3Pboy9ucGEdQUHNu2rrC6RGq4jouRc4Grb
It's my 5th wall mural with a Bitcoin QR code that allows me to receive your support to finance my next frescoes. Thanks @Samouraiwallet @TdevD for helping me create a #segwit compatible address.
Update August 2019: The mural has been tokenized as NFT on the Ethereum blockchain. "Rembrandt back to the wall", Paris 2018. Fresco produced on the rue Riquet bridge, without authorization or commisson, for the pleasure of giving color to the inhabitants of the district. This portrait of Rembrandt who has to pay his debts to the tax services has been painted for two days in a row. The technique used is inspired by the pointillism of Georges Seurat and the dripping of Pollock