TAKE a walk around Malaga and you can’t miss the 80s video game-inspired work of French street artist Invader.
His trademark pixel mosaics can be found on street corners and the sides of buildings across the city.
But it could all be gone soon, with the Junta revealing plans to remove every single piece of Invader’s art.
The Junta has given the order to scrub off the images, arguing that some of them are located on buildings of cultural Interest.
Invader claims to have created more than 3,000 works in 71 cities around the world.
In June 2017, he made the Catholic church in Malaga furious by drawing a trademark pixelated flamenco dancer on the side of the city’s episcopal palace.
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