10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

We all used to seeing graffiti on city walls or in urban facades. Certainly we’re not used to seeing them on the ground, on the mountains. And yet, the street artist in the name Saype recently completed a great work of art in the mountains of the region Leysin, Switzerland. The 10,000 square meter piece depicts a peasant lying on the earth in the area, with formal attire and hands behind her head enjoying the sun.The creation was on the ground, creating the image of the terrestrial plants, while the view from above is impressive.

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

Illustrated figure of a man with closed eyes and a pipe in his mouth clearly describes the effect of the local environment of nature that the artist indirectly wanted to show in this view. The artist put into the green illustrate in a natural way. The braces that carries the illustrated man Saype not painted but are they generated using natural green grass. On the straps are painted two small Swiss flags and represent the basis of illustration.

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

Since the picture may be inaccurate if the turf is extended, polite mowing is required.

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

Cute Swiss flag that conservatively attached to the bottom of the suspenders.

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

10,000 Square Meter Impressive graffiti on the mountain of Swiss Alps

Source: Saype-artiste.Com

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