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Artist Saype paints a symbolic human chain around the world! First stop in Paris, 2019

French-Swiss artist Saype presents his gigantic biodegradable Landart painting on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Champ de Mar in front of the Eiffel Tower. Paris, France. With a total surface area of ​​15,000 square meters, a 600-meter-long, and 25-meter-wide (probably one of its largest) paintings is created using biodegradable pigments made from carbon, chalk, water and milk proteins. This work of art launches a global project

Guillaume Legros, also referred to as Saype, is a Swiss artist who is the forerunner of his poetic art "Land art".

The paint used is environmentally friendly and the artist and his workforce are doing the hand, the paint is 100% biodegradable and manufactured from natural supplies. The fresco loses the rhythm of the grass before it disappears utterly and naturally.

In a polarized world, Saype's objective is to create the world's largest human chain, to create a real social motion and to invite crowds to goodwill. The venture known as “Outside the Walls” and connects twenty world globe to the similar ethos: optimism and dwelling collectively. This formidable challenge will take Saype three years to paint.

The Past Walls venture exhibits interlaced arms that attain, shake, and unite efforts outdoors the walls of all human beings who’re separating and religious or geographic. Subsequently, the partitions constructed on mentality are reworked into fictitious elements, which are destroyed by inventive creativeness. It just opens up the violations on the real partitions which might be towards mankind itself. Saype

Symbolic biodegradable art of the human chain started in love in Paris. It’s pictured between June 9 and June 12, 2019 in Champ de Mars in entrance of the Eiffel Tower

The whole surface space of ​​15,000 sq. meters, 600 meters long and 25 meters extensive (in all probability one among its largest species) was created using biodegradable pigments made from charcoal, chalk, water and milk proteins

On this specific work of art, the symbolic crossing of the wall doesn’t remove the ambiguity of both palms: all of them inform about life and are subtly marked on many backgrounds (social, geographic, ethnic, and so on.). Alongside the walls and with this universal farandol, each human individual is given rights and civil rights. The universality of this venture is one in every of pluralism. Saype

This work of art opens the international “Beyond Walls Project”; striving to create the world's longest symbolic human chain to advertise values ​​akin to cohesion, friendliness and openness to the world

"Beyond Walls" crosses borders to convey this common message from city to metropolis, by way of this large human chain

Comply with the undertaking on Fb and Instagram and be a part of the challenge by publishing a handshake to you #BeyondWalls

The subsequent part of the chain will take Saypen to Andorra after which to Geneva! to stay tuned…

Photograph Credit score Valentin Flauraud

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