French artist Arno Piroud has produced more than enough street art installations, so much so the navigation to his website, StarnoCity, features a cityscape highlighting each project.
Pictured is Assises éphémères, located in eastern Paris where it had been decided to cut down some diseased trees. Arno described these 50cm stumps as ridiculous and the temporary design proposal is an attempt to interact with the urban space.
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