Invader Plans To Hit The Streets Of DTLA This November

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Invader Plans To Hit The Streets Of DTLA This November

If you’ve ever seen a pixalesque tile mosaic, chances are it’s an Invader piece. 👾

A French artist by the name of Invader is internationally known for leaving plastered art on the side of buildings. He’s impressively made his mark in over 65 cities in 33 countries!

He prefers to remain incognito, but his work is admired by gaming and art enthusiasts across the globe.

Invader’s work is usually propped against a beloved landmark or wall in a local neighborhood and the excitement of strolling upon a mosaic has remained a phenomenon for decades. There have been 200 pieces installed in Los Angeles since 1999!

You can soon spot a collection of Invader’s work in a solo exhibition at Over The Influence. The show will feature over 50 mosaics alongside a new series of canvas paintings from the anonymous artist’s studio practice.

The gallery will also carry a limited amount of the updated edition of the Los Angeles Invasion Guide for purchase.

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L.A. archives / Jan. 2000

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Location: 833 E 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90013. See it on Google maps.
Dates: November 17 to December 23
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11 a.m-6 p.m.
Price: Free