Paris’ Largest Urban Mural Is Made From 15,000 Origami Birds

Paris’ Largest Urban Mural Is Made From 15,000 Origami Birds

The mural covers 140 meters and required at least 150 hours of paper folding

Laura Yan
  • 14 july 2016

In conjunction with Mathgoth Gallery, French artist Mademoiselle Maurice has created the largest mural in Paris using 15,000 colorful origami birds. The huge mural, called Lunar Cycles, covers the entire span of a 140-meters-long, 15-meters-high building in the 13th arrondissement.

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