A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti interior design graffiti France

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti interior design graffiti France

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti interior design graffiti France

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti interior design graffiti France

A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti interior design graffiti France

Internationally recognized graffiti artist Tilt has just completed this eye-popping interior design work for the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France. The hotel has just five rooms that are annually reconceptualized by commissioned artists and designers, somewhat similar to NYC’s Carlton Arms. For this space entitled Panic Room (which might aptly describe your mental state after a few nights in this Willy Wonkaesque environment) Tilt divided the room perfectly down the middle, one half covered entirely in his trademark vibrant and bubbly graffiti and the other half left stark white. See a sneak peek of all five concepts at Au Vieux Panier, including a room by Philippe Baudelocque who draws fantastic illustrations of animals using chalk. All in all, if I were checking in, Panic Room would be the clear choice. Photography above by the Big Addict. (via my modern met)