In a team collaboration, a group of artists painted a large installation of graphic street art onto a deserted tunnel.
As part of the Lasco Project, Felipe Pantone and his team painted various works on the floors, walls and ceilings of this tunnel. The graphic street art almost looks as if the viewer has stepped into a poorly developed video game from the 90s -- with what looks like an old fashioned conception of a virtual reality room and vividly colorful geometric block art. Most interesting is the large image of the now abandoned 'Microsoft Paint' without any icons -- complete with the drop down menus and buttons.
The tunnel in which this art was created is normally deserted, however it was opened once this project was complete for the general public and art enthusiasts to enjoy.
Graphic Tunnel Art
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