Thsi Artist Projects A Digital Street Art Safari Across Orlando Architecture
Following the wild popularity of his ‘urban safari’ in Paris, french artist Julien Nonnon continues the series the other side of the Atlantic, bringing digital street art to sunny Florida. During two nights in November, Nonnon projected new characters and creatures around downtown Orlando, allowing the collection of smartly-dressed figures to interact with the urban landscape, the architecture of the city and the night light.
“Through this series of photographs, compiled in a book ‘Safari Urbain: Orlando Tour’, I tried to illustrate their energy, enthusiasm and commitment to make alive this unique experience of digital street art in Orlando,” Nonnon says.
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