A French artist famous for drawings of large areas of grassland revealed his latest artwork, a drawing in the Swiss Alps region of a girl looking at the horizon and dealing with the pandemic of the Corona virus.
The graphic artist Saip, whose real name is Guillaume Logro, has temporary biodegradable works and pictures from Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast, to Chon de Mars, next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. His work usually depicts children or owes two people holding each other’s forearms.
Saip executed his new (post-crisis) artwork in a tree-free zone in the Swiss tourist town of Lizan, a girl sitting completing a series of simple shapes of people with tangled hands.
“The drawing, which extends over more than three thousand square meters, evokes building a world with more solidarity and more humanity,” Saip said in a statement.