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By Cedric Sadai
Published a month ago

PichiAvo mix Greek gods and graffiti a stone throw from The Seine in Paris

PichiAvo mix Greek gods and graffiti a stone throw from The Seine in Paris

The spanish duo formed in 2007 hit the streets of Paris with a gorgeous mix of greek mythology and street poetry.

Poseidon (god of the sea) and Athena Niké (goddess of speed) are the  mythical characters at the center of this new masterpiece.
Formed in 2007, PichiAvo are now widely renowed as multidisciplinary artists who removing boundaries between art currents by mixing them together on murals and sculptures.
This 23 mt long commissioned piece covers the scaffolding of former departement store took 12 days to complete. 
The presence of Poseidon is a reference to the Seine river running nearby the location of the wall in St Michel area, Paris.

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