Street Artist Creates a Series of Invasions in Ravenna, Italy

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Invader is back on the streets of Ravenna in Italy where he just finished working on his second wave of invasions in this lovely city.

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The elusive French street artist brought to life some brilliant pixelated pieces which were created using colored tiles. Invader affixes mosaic images of characters from video game in cities around the world. Once a work is completed, Invader records it as an “invasion” and creates accompanying maps and reference books to indicate the location of each piece.

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Via Street Art News

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