Visitors to the A86 Duplex highway tunnel in Paris on May 22nd, an area that is usually restricted to the public, were treated to a psychedelic visual feast courtesy of street artist Felipe Pantone and the Lasco Project. Luckily, photos of the installation are widely available now, even if you weren’t able to make it to the show.
Felipe Pantone is known for his use of digital materials in his art, which is why his take on this industrial space looks like the internet broke out of cyberspace and ended up splattered all over the walls, ceiling, and floor. It really has to be seen rather than read about in order to understand what it is.
You can do that by checking out a few pictures of the evidently-untitled installation in the gallery below. And for more on the project, check out the story on it at Arrested Motion right here.
Here’s the gallery: