Ludo's Colorized Art is Painted on Ships, Docks and Walls in the Caribbean

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Published: Aug 15, 2014 • References: thisisludo & designboom
Famed French street artist Ludo has taken his unique and jaw-droppingly stunning brand of colorized art to the Caribbean. Using his trademark neon green and monochrome color palette, Ludo adorned a variety of neighbourhoods in St. Martin and St. Barthelemy with his visions, which are both spellbindingly beautiful in terms of their visual quality as well as creatively envisioned.

Ludo's colorized art and designs often make a statement about the natural world -- his art unites plants, animals and technology, and convey thoughts about the natural world while also highlighting humanity.

The artwork is painted onto ships, docks and urban walls. The images within them reflect the local culture, but also juxtapose strange natural symbols and human objects such as gas masks, goggles and armored vehicles.

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