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A Montreal Basketball Court Got Turned Into A Colourful Urban Art Installation

This is part of the NBA and Hennessy's "Hidden Court" campaign.

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Montreal Basketball Court Gets Turned Into Urban Art Piece

Local artist Francorama transformed a Montreal basketball court into a colourful new urban art installation.

This unique artwork can be found at Parc Soeur-Madeleine Gagnon in Montreal.

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The creation was revealed on August 10 as part of this year's MURAL Festival.

"This project produced by MURAL is presented by Hennessy and the NBA, in collaboration with the neighbourhood of Rosemont La-Petite-Patrie," MURAL organizers told MTL Blog.

"It is also the first project of the 'Hidden Court' campaign, which brings together Hennessy and the NBA to finance the artistic transformation and revitalization of the facilities of many public basketball courts around the world."

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