David Mesguich is a street artist who is famous for installing large-scale geometric sculptures in public spaces around Belgium, France, and Poland. Lately, his work has focused on the tough journey of refugees in Europe. His series titled STATELESS includes two portraits of refugees created of colorful plastic that was located in the suburbs of Paris.
His latest sculpture LUCIE was built in Poznan, Poland and focuses on his 4-year-old daughter. The 32-foot sculpture is a way for the artist to honor his daughter while also providing inspirations to children and adults alike. You can see more of Mesguich’s public works on his Behance and Facebook.