French street artist Le MoDuLe De ZeeR has made work at the open-air wall, Le MUR at Oberkampf in Paris’ 11th arrondissement, after the work by the Portuguese street artist Vhils was stolen earlier this week.
Vhils work, a female portrait made from a collage of old advertising posters stuck to the three-by-eight metre billboard set aside by the city council for the purpose of promoting street art, was marauded during the night, and in its place Zeer was invited to produce, making his work during a midnight session that was attended by a large crowd on onlookers.
LMDLDZR worked using just black marker pens, managing to fill the entire white-panelled wall in just two hours. Zeer is known best for his street campaign, a series of Os and Xs, which can be seen all over Paris.
Photos of Le M.U.R. by Fernanda Hinke.