These Anthropomorphic Animals are Projected onto the Streets of Paris

By: David Ingram - Sep 16, 2015
References: juliennonnon & thecreatorsproject.vice
Multimedia artist Julien NONNON's newest art instillation projects fashionable anthropomorphic animals on the streets of Paris, France.

As the founder of the creative design art studio Le3, NONNON's newest project is titled "SAFARI URBAIN' and transforms various wildlife animals into different human forms dressed in the latest cool and hip fashions. His series of Parisian wildlife images are then projected onto buildings to form a temporary city street canvas that can be viewed by all those passing by.

Meant to be a critique on the conformity of the fashion industry, this temporary anthropomorphic animals installation creatively combines modern urban fashion with natural wildlife. Although the projections may only be temporary, the artist does plan to eventually make these unique pieces into photographic art prints that will be available to order.