Multi-colored prisms seem to be everywhere this year and in France, artist Okuda San Miguel took this design to the next level. He painted a 19th century castle with the entire facade covered in vibrant and colorful colors.
The coolest part of the design is that he used the architecture of the building as part of the art piece, if you look closely you can see the geometric shapes look like two symmetrical skulls with the castles windows and doorways used as eyes and teeth. His design bridges the gap between old and modern design, giving the building a vivid new mask.
Located in historic Loire Valley in central France, this stunning and eye-catching mural will be sure to attract a whole new group of art enthusiasts and would be a site worth visiting one day!