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Krink vs. Dior: Mean Intervention!

Last year, I posted an article about Swedish interventional urban artist Glitsh and the parking space tape art. Today I found another great project by Glitsh: The Krink vs. Dior paint battle!

It’s a relative easy and mean intervention, but really good as I think! Glitsh organized some red nail varnish by Dior and some red ink by Krink and decant the Krink into the nail varnish’s tank. Afterwards, the artist boxed the krinked nail varnish and an additional flyer into the original Dior box and placed the modified cosmetic utensil back in a Dior shop.

I think, there’s nothing more to say as J’adore Krink… (in English: Krink, I love you…)! Christian Dior will certainly love it too. For more great interventions, visit glitsh.com!

Krink vs. Dior: Mean Intervention!
Krink vs. Dior: Mean Intervention!
Krink vs. Dior: Mean Intervention!
Krink vs. Dior: Mean Intervention!

Via allcityblog.fr.

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  1. This is brilliant! This blog cheers me up no end

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Urban Art Core is your independent, international source for street art, graffiti and urbanism from around the world, mainly focused on stories, news and actions taking place in urban environments.

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