Split Personality Hotel Room Decor Is Half Street Art, Half Blank Canvas [Pics]

Split Personality Hotel Room Decor Is Half Street Art, Half Blank Canvas [Pics]
Arts & Culture

The "Panic Room" at Au Vieux Panier in France is covered in colorful graffiti while the other side is stark white.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 march 2012

The “Panic Room” has a half-graffitied, half-white design by artist Tilt featuring Tober, Grizz and Don Cho. This creative interior was commissioned by the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France, which has five rooms re-designed every year by various artists. The unique and interesting style has a bold sense of duality, as one side features multi-colored graffiti on the walls, ceiling, floors, furniture and the bed, while the other side is painted floor-to-ceiling in white like a blank canvas. Click through to see more photos of the hotel room:

Panic Room

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