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Street Art By Eddie Colla - Paris (15)

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on July 28, 2018. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on July 28, 2018. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on February 28, 2018. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on July 14, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on July 14, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France July 1, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on May 13, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on April 21, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on April 21, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on April 21, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on April 21, 2017. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on December 5, 2016. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on August 1, 2015. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on July 17, 2015. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Street art by American artist Eddie Colla in Paris, France on June 27, 2015. Eddie Colla has been making portraits with facial masks for years. According to him, it has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Yet he says he uses the image to highlight the fear and isolation that people face when they begin to see themselves as existential threats. Photo by Denis Prezat/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM