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  • Elle Amberley

    Street art. Paris françois abélanet: quoi croire optical illusion land art

  • Cindy Larson

    Awesome Garden Displayed in front of Paris' main city hall a work of land art by French artist François Abélanet

  • Luca Talevi

    This 3D landscape art, called "Qui croire?", was conceived by Mr. François Abélanet, and it took the labor and dedication of nearly a hundred participants, over the course of five days. Its stands across an impressive span of nearly 100 metres, square volume near 1,500 metres, and hundreds of cubic meters of lawn, sedum and straw. It’s sitting next the City Hall in Paris (in from of the Hotel de Ville), where it will remain until the 15th of July. Too bad this is just a temporary installation!

  • Chrissie

    3D Optical Illusion art in Paris by François Abélanet

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