Artist David Mesguich continues to impress pedestrians and art enthusiasts with his giant geometric sculptures. It seem as though they were formed from folded paper. New work in France, Belgium, and Poland reaches new heights, with the artist reflecting on themes of immigration in his art.
For his Stateless series, Mesguich joins together pieces of recycled plastic to form two monumental sculptures of refugees. Bright and colorful, their impressive scale makes them unmissable pieces of street art.
Most recently, the city of Poznan, Poland commissioned Mesguich for a permanent geometric sculpture. Crafted in steel, this monumental geometric sculpture pays homage to the artist’s 4-year-old daughter Lucie. A frequent muse, this time she is shown writing her own words in the sky. Perhaps, as a message of hope, she’s signaling that all of us should dream big.