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White Balloon Masterpieces | CHARLES PÈTILLON

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called “Invasions” in France and “Heartbeat” in London’s Covent Garden.

The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and within.

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com (1)

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com (2)

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com (3)

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com (4)

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and within. Via news.upperplayground.com

French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com French artist, Charles Pètillon, changed landscapes in the last couple years with insanely beautiful installations of white balloons called "Invasions" in France and "Heartbeat" in London's Covent Garden. The artist stated that he wanted to encourage viewers to examine spaces they frequent or take for granted more closely. Structures like abandoned houses, playgrounds, basketball courts, and what is considered the heart of London, Covent Garden, were transformed into magical, awe-inspiring creations that, even with his photographs, bring the viewer into the presence of his or her own life, the absolute here and now, noticing life around us and also within. Via news.upperplayground.com Photos: Charles Pètillon