Spanish street artist SpY was recently invited to participate in the Nuit Blanche festival, a free dusk ’til dawn festival held annually by the museums and cultural centers of Paris. His contribution was this large tongue-in-cheek piece which boldly states “I’m Not a Real Artist” using a special type of paint.
The artist explains: “The letters were painted with phosphorescent paint that is replenished throughout the day by the light of the sun as well as by spotlights placed in front of the building. After the lights are fully charged, they shine brightly on their own once night falls.”
Take a look at the unique piece by SpY below; for more, visit the artist’s website.
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via Street Art News