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Artist and designer, Ërell experiments with a form of ephemeral appropriation of urban space. The module he employs is the result of splitting a simple geometric shape, the hexagon. Ërell's module is multiplied to generate an infinite number of "molecular" patterns and geometric compositions that interact with architecture or urban furniture. By investing the public spaces in which he intervenes, he wants to modify the apprehension that passers-by have of the urban space and invites them to look for signs scattered along the streets.

Our creations with Ërell


Photo: © Julie Montel