Fresco Van Gogh back to the wall
Wall made on the longest street art wall in Paris which spans 480 meters of wall in the 19th arrondissement. While no artist from the neighborhood took part in the commissionned fresco, Pboy, a native of the 19th district, decided to invest the place without authorization and to paint a "pirate wall" facing the "publicized" commissionned fresco.
Against the tide of this event, the artist wanted to stand out with this sentence inscribed a few meters on the right from his work:
"You don't do anything great without being sharp"
This portrait of Van Gogh, which was painted for an entire night, is inspired by the pointillism of Georges Seurat and the dripping of Pollock.