This aerial photograph shows a giant biodegradable land art painting by French artist Saype.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
A French artist known for massive works of graffiti on grass best seen from the air presented his latest piece in Istanbul’s Turkey.
The artist Saype, whose real name is Guillaume Legros unveils three massive land-art productions in Istanbul, as a part of his "Beyond Walls" project in which he paints giant intertwined hands to symbolise "the largest human chain" around the world.
Istanbul is the eighth step of the project initiated in June 2019.
The artwork measures roughly 6300m2, and involves three wonderful pieces.
Made with biodegradable paint on grass, his stunning artwork has captured the hearts of millions.
Three frescos were realized: one at Bogazici university (European side), one directly on the golden horn of the Bosphorus and the last one in the Beykoz disrtict (Asian side).
This aerial photographs shows the giant biodegradable land art painting by the) representing two hands clasped together on a 80-metre-long floating barge on the Bosphorus Golden Horn in Istanbul.
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The Treasures collection houses around 300 collectibles in all, including ancient and rare books, atlases, and manuscripts, some of which date back to the 13th century, in addition to rare early copies of the Holy Quran.