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Parisian basketball court amazingly decorated with the 80’s colorful aesthetic by Ill-Studio, Pigalle, and Nike

Main creator's skill(s): art direction; curation; design; publishing. Nationality: French. Base: Paris, France. Main thematic(s) and/or subject(s) in this/these work(s): basketball and the 80’s color aesthetic. Main style(s) and/or art reference(s) applied: , , , , , . Main medium(s) used: graffiti. Made in collaboration with: Pigalle (fashion brand) and Nike. Location: Rue Duperré, Paris, France. More information: Website Hat tip: It’s Nice That

Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 1
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 2
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 3
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 4
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 5
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 6
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 7
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 8
Parisian Basketball Court Amazingly Decorated With The 80s Colorful Aesthetic By Ill Studio Pigalle And Nike 9

Curated by Leandro Lima

CEO-founder of Flooxia. A Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies.

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