Giant land art in Geneva celebrates 75 years of the UN | AFP

French artist Saype created a giant work of land art called “World in progress” in the garden of the UN headquarters in Geneva, a gift from Switzerland for the 75th anniversary of the international organization.

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Massive painting near Lake Geneva supports migrant cause

French artist Saype has painted a giant land art piece representing a little girl dropping an origami boat into Lake Geneva, to support the cause of the NGO SOS Mediterranee, which specialises in the rescue of migrants at sea. The giant painting covering 5,000 square meters was produced with biodegradable paints made from natural pigments.