Jordane Saget decorates the streets of Monte-Carlo with his distinctive ‘lifelines’

Jordane Saget

French artist Jordane Saget has brought his unique style of street art, a swirl of chalk drawings described as imitations of ‘lifelines’, to the heart of Monte-Carlo for Easter.

Saget’s sweeping curves and patterns can be found adorning the pathways of the Petite Afrique park that faces the Place du Casino, as well as on the walls of Mada One.

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The artist has previously collaborated with the fashion world’s Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and the Les Enfoirés musical ensemble, but most recently his distinctive style has inspired the Chef-Pâtissier of the Pôle Sucré at Mada One, Ken Thomas, to create something extra special for those with a sweet tooth this Easter.

Available to order now from the pastry boutique is a beautiful rendition of Saget’s curves on a range of dark and white chocolate eggs that come in various sizes.

Together, Saget and Thomas are pushing the boundaries of where and how art can be appreciated.

See more in our Instagram video below…

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