Camille Blandin is a young artist from Toulouse whose original artwork will be visible in neighborhood streets flying from poles fixed to the back of bikes. While the vision of these colorful monsters bobbing along will raise a smile, the idea also has a political angle, aiming to highlight green mobility.
Camille Blandin dreams up a card game that can bring together three generations. With 2-4 players, the aim of the game is to complete families of monsters. You can try it out at the Festival Office or buy it at certain venues and the bookstores L'Autre Rive and Les Petits Ruisseaux.
Flags and poles will be freely available throughout the festival. The artist will also design a pack of cards echoing this project, which visitors can handle and try out during the festival.
Toulouse Bike Repair
6 rue de la Laque, 31300 Toulouse
Closed May 22-May 30
Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1:30pm-7pm
39 avenue Etienne Billières, 31300 Toulouse
Tuesday-Friday 10am-1pm and 2:30pm-6:30pm.
Opens at 9am Saturdays
47 avenue de Grande-Bretagne, 31300 Toulouse
Monday-Saturday 10am-12:30am and 1:30pm-7pm
And at the Festival Office
11 grande-rue Saint-Nicolas, 31300 Toulouse
Friday June 2 4pm-10pm, Saturday June 3 noon-10pm, Sunday June 4 noon-6pm
Then Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm
En savoir plus
En lien avec l'expo
Saturday 10 June 14h30