Invader is back on the streets of Ravenna in Italy where he just finished working on his second wave of invasions in this lovely city.The elusive French street artist brought to life some brilliant pixelated pieces which were created using colored tiles. Invader affixes mosaic images of characters from video game in cities around the world.
Late last night, the one and only Invader brought to life what may be his largest invasion to date on the streets of Paris.Working until 4AM, the elusive French street artist used super-sized tiles to create this vibrant funky invasion which will surely brighten the neighborhood. This piece is Invader’s 1174th invasion on the streets
Holy Invader, pray for us sinners! The one and only Invader is once again back in Paris, France where he recently dropped some more invasions.The French artist brought to life some of his adorable pixel creatures which are populating the city of lights. “PA_1171” & “PA_1173” are instant classics and they will sure be enjoyed
After Alice in Wonderland just a few hours ago, Invader has been busy last night with a brand new large-invasion which took place on the streets of Paris.This time around, the French artist created this super rad rendering of the one and only Bugs Bunny eating a banana. On top of that, several smaller pieces
After a smiley version of Napoleon a couple days ago, Invader is once again back on the streets of Paris with a brand new pixelated design.The anonymous French artist created this large-scale rendering of Alice In Wonderland using mosaic tiles, a design which is now known as “PA_1170”.Invader began these urban, outdoor installations in Paris
After a flash stop in New York City a few days ago, Invader is back in Paris where he just brought to life a series of new invasions.Paying hommage to Napoleon, the French artist created a pixelated version of the French emperor bearing a cute smiley face. He also created an Arabian nights inspired piece
While you discovered his latest Parisian invasions a few days ago, Invader is now in New York City where he passed through like a flash to drop a brand new pixelated piece. Sneaking through the night with his ladder, geared with cement and mosaic tiles, the French artist created his 147th piece in Big Apple
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