The Truly Design collective, founded in 2007 by four street artists from graffiti, returns to France with a new work. This time, their creation is about the famous character of Disney: Mickey Mouse.
Resuming the graphic codes of the most famous mouse on the planet: a large circle for the head, two small for the ears, red short and yellow shoes, Truly Design composes a gigantic anamorphosis that plays with volumes and perspectives. Mounted on ten wooden panels installed in a parallel game, the figure of Mickey high of almost three meters is revealed to the one who finds the precise viewpoint.
© Benoit Florençon
Coming from the urban culture, the artists of the collective use the graffiti codes. In this street art version, Mickey, imagined by Walt Disney in 1928, wears an upside-down cap and a few paint bombs, accompanied by a typographical signature in the same way of Disney.
Specialized in monumental Anamorphosic Art, the collective is famous for its optical illusion composition. This original work offers a grandiose and colorful immersion in the creative universe of Mickey, its a new evidence of their talent.
To discover a new creative facet of Mickey Mouse, visit the main entrance of the BHV Marais from 6 to 26 September, an operation inaugurated by We Love Art Agency, in partnership with Fubiz.