You must see it from above.

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.


READ MORE: French artist Guillaume Legros goes by the name “Saype.” He painted “Beyond Crisis” in Switzerland. A girl is looking out over the mountains. The chalk children around her are holding hands and dancing. The painting seems to say that there is hope after the coronavirus. The paint is made from chalk, water, and milk proteins. It is meant to melt away. Isaiah 40:8 reminds us, “The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever.”