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HALF LITTLE BIG SPACE is Invader's first lithograph. It was published by the artist in 2019 for the District 13 exhibition, which took place in 2019 at the Hôtel Drouot (as well as FULL LITTLE BIG SPACE).

Measuring 40 x 35 cm, HALF LITTLE BIG SPACE is published at 100 ex + 40 AP + 2 PP, all numbered, signed, dated and stamped.

HALF LITTLE BIG SPACE was then produced in large size next to the Pompidou Museum in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. Measuring 9m high by 8m wide, it is the largest Invader ever made by the artist.

In 1998, Invader laid his first mosaic (PA_001) in the Passage de la Main d'Or in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It stayed there, alone, for months, until the artist realized he had created a new mode of urban expression. As it was a figurine from the Space Invader video game, the program was all mapped out, it was necessary to invade space with pixelated ceramic tile mosaics.
Almost 25 years later, in mid-2022, we have more than 4,000 Space Invader mosaics installed in more than 80 cities. Some of them are even at the bottom of the ocean, in Cancun Bay, Mexico. In 2015, Space 2 was also sent aboard the ISS. Invader did all his works himself, when you see one in the street, it means "Invader was here". He quickly became one of the most sought after Street Art artists of his generation. Among his biggest sales is his Rubik's Cube artwork Mona Lisa, which reached over €650,000 at auction in 2020.

Invader published his first printed work in 2001. Called ALERT, it is a classic pantone print, while his other creations will mostly be serigraphs. From 2001 to 2021 the artist will publish more than 50. They will be marketed directly on his site, the "Space Shop", or by galleries during events dedicated to the artist. These are on average prints between 50 and 100 copies. The most popular are those with embossing and hot stamping (bright colors, gilding, silver). It is the latter that fit best into the artist's work as a whole. These include INVASION (2009)HOME (2010)SPACEONE (2013)ALADDIN SANE (2014), and SUNSET (2018).

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