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Invader has become internationally known for his pixelated mosaics signature that can be seen across the globe.
In 2019, the largest one was installed in the heart of Paris, on a wall located opposite the Centre Pompidou. It depicts a half space invader, which allows the audience to imagine how massive it is in its entirety. Represented in full, in volume, but at 2% of the original size, this sculpture edited by Musart in 2022 is called 3D Little Big Space and is ready to make its way into your home!
This is a limited edition of 5,000 pieces. Each piece is numbered and engraved with the signature of the artist on the sculpture’s foot.
Only 2 pieces per person.
- Two-sided 3D sculpture
- Dimensions: 28 x 20 x 4cm / 11 x 7.8 x 1.6’’
- Material: Vinyl
- Comes nestled in a sleek magnetic box
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Born in 1969, Invader is a graduate of the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. From the video games he played as a child in the 1970s and 1980s and the very first computer images, Invader drew inspiration for his designs. Since 1998, the artist has developed a large-scale project with the code name Space Invaders. Inspired by video game characters, these pixelated mosaics of square ceramic tiles adorn the walls and structures of cities and towns around the world. Each of these unique pieces has become fragments of a tentacular installation: Invader has now installed more than 4000 mosaics in 80 cities around the world.Alongside this invasion work, he exhibits regularly in recognized galleries and museums