A school in Paris has been transformed into a work of art after more than 100 graffiti artists were invited to use the building as their canvas.
As part of the Rehab 2 festival, the artists were invited to one of Paris’ Cité Internationale Universitaire dormitories and asked to paint the interior of the student residence however, wherever and in whatever style they liked.
The dormitory is due for renovation, so after three weeks of creative labour the building was opened to the public for one month, before the artworks are destroyed.
As it’s common for graffiti artists to use abandoned spaces to demonstrate their skill, the use of the dormitory in the festival was an organic evolution of how visitors experience this type of art.
Even if you can’t get over to Paris to view the art before it disappears forever, you can view the photos here.