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15 Meters Space Invader Game

With a 15 meters high Space Invader game, urban installation artist Luke Egan aka Filthy Luker just invaded Manchester! Made of road work barriers and traffic cones the Space Invader game is fully interactive – the required software comes from Jnr Hacksaw – what makes it becoming something like a center of attraction in the city of Manchester…

The project is a work in progress and under deconstruction, coming to some scaffolding near you soon!

Bristol-based Filthy Luker, who is already well-known for several other urban interventions like his green octopus creeping out of a house’s windows, created in that way a new milestone of taking 70s’ arcade games to a new level. I’m impressed!

15 Meters Space Invader Game
15 Meters Space Invader Game

Via ekosystem.org.

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