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Offbeat Two street artists create a gigantic fresco with Australian colors in Harbor

14:15  09 may  2021
14:15  09 may  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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hanging gardens to celebrate Australia's year in France, the port city organizes a series of events on this theme throughout the summer. Nefase and Kero took their quarters in the park to relook the big greenhouses.

  Deux street artistes créent une fresque gigantesque aux couleurs australiennes dans les jardins suspendus du Havre © Provided by FranceInfo

On the occasion of Australia's year in France, the city of Le Havre is adorned with the colors of the continent country. The program has already started with the Street Art of Nefase and Kero of the Collective ARE You Graffing that cover the ten greenhouses of the hanging gardens

. "Working in this beautiful setting is a beautiful showcase," says Nefase.

Australia as Land of Inspiration

with this monumental work The two Street-Artists Havs plunge directly into the plant world of Australia. Kero and Nefase are activated with energy on the walls under the jeldused visitors very impatient to discover the result. "I will come to see regularly to see the complete work on all walls," says a curious. "It evokes other countries and makes us want to explore Australia," reports another visitor. For both artists, this new collaboration is also an artistic discovery. And inspiration does not lack. "There are marsupiales, birds, kangaroos, it's not every day that we can draw these animals," says Kero. They left three weeks to finish the facades that will remain in Australian colors until the end of November.

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