Paris Gets New Street Art That’s Sure to Amuse You [PHOTOS]
Artist and painter Pejac likes to create both indoor and outdoor artwork. His latest endeavor includes three whimsical public paintings in the streets of Paris. These outdoor pieces are layered so that the viewer must take a close look in order to comprehend them. In one piece, you assume it’s ants that the children are burning with a magnifying glass; on closer inspection, you realize the ants are actually little men. The fake painted door actually uses a natural crack as one of its edges. And a closer look at the splash of paint thrown by the painted figure reveals the detailed scene from Manet’s famous painting The Luncheon on the Grass.