A giant landart painting entitled "Beyond Crisis" by Swiss French artist Saype in a resort in Leysin, Switzerland. (AP)
An aerial view shows a giant landart painting of children titled "World in Progress" by Saype in Geneva, Switzerland. (AP)
Saype posed with his artwork. It is made with biodegradable paints made from coal and chalk. (AP)
The artist wanted to show hope and positivity by drawing children playing and drawing their perfect world. (AP)
Even though the drawing is huge, it will only last until the next rains come through and wash it away. (AP)
Fly over the Alps. What’s that below in a meadow?
It is a giant painting! Artist Saype sprayed it on grass. The image lasted only a few days.
But you have seen it. You will remember. That pleases Saype.