Leon Keers is subversive, if that is the way your mind works. His mind-bending plays on real and surreal perspectives may lead you down a path of suspicion, for it appears that he is adept and agile when playing with perspective.
For this seaside mural in Plougasnou, France, however, it is more likely that he taps into childhood nostalgia. A package of small plastic boats like this was an object of longing for many a child – a door to adventures of the imagination and an opportunity to imitate the real ships you can watch from shore. Possibly, this Kit de Secours (Rescue Kit) is still desirable among a certain set of would-be sailors.
Kit de Secours is part of the MX arts tour festival.