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Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trains

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In an effort to bring world famous art to the masses, SNCF — france’s national state-owned rail service — has applied renowned works to one of the most heavily trafficked locations in the country: its public train system. 
In collaboration with 3M, the interior of a commuter train has been covered with graphic film that mimics impressionist art from the musee d’orsay; an imitation of the architecture of the palace of versailles; and images from cinema gaumont

Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Train
france trains art 3M
works of art have been applied to france’s public train system
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the project has been realized in collaboration with 3M
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the interior of the train car has been canvassed with graphic films 
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
during their commute, passengers can admire works of art 
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the graphics feature impressionist art from the musee d’orsay
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the project serves as a simple method to add beauty to an ordinary ride
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
a vibrant stained glass panel from the musée d’orsay is featured 
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the series also reflects the close ties between railroads and art
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the project seeks to give passengers greater peace of mind as they travel
Incredible Artwork Inside the France Public Trainfrance trains art 3M
the artwork has dramatically decreased the amount of graffiti on trains

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