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Faile’s Temple Installation

One week ago, my friend the Portuguese street art blogger Target wrote an interesting article about an at that time upcoming street art installation by the famous urban art collective Faile. One whole week, the Faile-team and their helpers worked hard on their massive, big and unique installation and what came of it is a fantastic temple in the city of Lisbon, which is part of the art festival “PortugalArte10”! Today, Target uploaded impressing shots of the creation process

The world-renowned street art collective Faile will present the Cathedral Project, a giant sculptural installation in the heart of the city of Lisbon. Faile are known worldwide for their ambitious public projects that have been mounted in such cities as New York, Shanghai, and London. Using the physical street as a canvas for expressing their ideas, Faile is part of a global movement that has been embraced by audiences for its popular approach to artistic and creative expression. (www.portugalarte.org)

Here are some of Target’s photos:

Faile’s Temple Installation
Faile’s Temple Installation
Faile’s Temple Installation
Faile’s Temple Installation

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