French Artist Eyes Record With Giant Swiss Hillside Portrait – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

French Artist Eyes Record With Giant Swiss Hillside Portrait


A painting, created by French artist Saype and said to be the world’s largest biodegradable painting is seen on the Chaux-de-Mont ski slope above the Alp resort of Leysin. The painting is made with flour, linseed oil, water and biodegradable natural pigments.


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