Between Street Art And Pixel Art, The Amazing Creations Of Pappas Pärlor

A selection of street art creations by Johan Karlgren, aka Pappas Pärlor, an artist who imagines pixilated artworks with his kids, inspired by the world of video games and pop culture.

Unlike the famous street artist Space Invader, who uses ceramics, Pappas Pärlor uses Qixels, some colorful pixels that stick to each other with water. From Hulk to Pokemon via The Simpsons, Robocop, Mario or Star Wars, Pappas Pärlor then stages his colorful creations in funny and offbeat photographs.

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