Brazil’s L7Matrix in Grand Paris Sud for “Wall Street Art Festival”

“Not all people like Street Art and not everyone likes Mickey Mouse!” said street artist L7Matrix on his Instagram earlier this year, which may explain his collections of birds, tigers, even jellyfish realistically rendered, then exploded in colorful abstract.

L7Matrix. Wall Street Art Festival of Grand Paris Sud. Evry, France. (photo © Mathgoth Gallery)

His signature style is typically aviary and it has taken him from Berlin to Brooklyn to LA to Talinn to Paris to the Twitter office in his native Brazil to complete his attractive mural making for clients and festivals.

Here we have his latest fresco completed as part of the Wall Street Art festival in Grand Paris Sud. Organizer Gaultier Jourdain tells us that this is the first urban fresco completed in this southern French town of Moissy-Cramayel.

L7Matrix. Wall Street Art Festival of Grand Paris Sud. Evry, France. (photo © Mathgoth Gallery)

“He chose a bird from the region,” Gaultier tells us. “The Bergeronnette (wagtail) is a small bird whose plumage is always grey, black and white.”

Of course he expanded the color palette, and now the name of this piece is called “La Bergeronnette Colorée”.

L7Matrix. Wall Street Art Festival of Grand Paris Sud. Evry, France. (photo © Mathgoth Gallery)
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