Artist Transforms Entire ‘Boring’ Towns Into Beautiful Scenes, Brimming With Life!

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Imagine this: you live in a quiet little town in France and you just came home from a long trip. As you walk home, you quickly start to question your lifestyle choices. “Man, how much did I drink last night?”, you ask yourself. But then a far more pressing question pops to mind, “Where the f*** did I leave my home?”

This might sound absurd, but if you happen to live in one of the streets painted by talented French street artist, Parick Commecy, this could’ve totally happened. See, together with his team, he combines the magic of optical illusions with hyper-realistic painting to transform, normally boring city blocks, into sprawling, almost unrecognizable landscapes.

What’s even more interesting is that Commecy uses notable people from history in his murals of the town where they are painted in. Can you spot any them?

Juliette et les esprits

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Renaissance

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La galerie V

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Cinéma-Cannes

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Au fil de Loire

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Le café des acteurs

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Tableaux d’Eyzin-Pinet

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Clochemerle

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La fée verte

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Café de l’Aqueduc

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Roméo et Juliette

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Les Dolto

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La guinguette

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Porte des Lavandières

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Porte de l’amour courtois

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L’arbre aux oiseaux

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