“Space Tourism” by Ludo in Paris, France

Parisian artist Ludo has finished another installation in Paris, France. Entitled “Space Tourism” the mural shows different brands, Amazon / Space X / Virgin, evading the moon. The mural also features a scene from Georges Méliès‘s 1902 film A Trip to the Moon, which is a very fitting imagery to people’s obsession with scientific discovery, explorations, and expeditions to the furthest reaches of the planet.

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The work of Ludo, often called ‘Nature’s Revenge’, connects the world of plants and animals with our technological universe and a quest for modernism. It speaks about what surrounds us, what affects us and tries to highlight some kind of humility.

Ludo’s work aspires to jolt us out of a longstanding collective denial: despite repeated natural disasters, we refuse to acknowledge our own fragile state. Humanity’s reign on this planet is a dangerous and fleeting illusion.

Check out more photos of “Space Tourism” below.

Source: streetartnews.net

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