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“Space Invader” Art

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November 12th, 2009

ny5 581x400 Space Invader Art

The unknown “Space Invader” as he/she calls them self, actually “invades” cities all over the world with its art. Let me explain a little… from what I understand, the Space Invader sets out to create art in various cities, taking up to two weeks to fully invade, sometimes meeting with the police in the process leaving tiled artwork, all mosaic like, in its wake.

Not only is the art completed by tiling, its created up walls, around corners and in different places all over the city being invaded. The Rubics art here, obviously creatively done with actual Rubics Cubes, is another format used by the “Space Invader”. Inspired by pop culture and old school arcade games, this art is definitely of a new breed. There are so many different aspects of this person’s art of invasion, that I suggest you check out the FAQ’s, for real. Let’s just say that there are invasion maps and guides.

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