It's always fun when white rooms are plastered in color for the sake of art—remember the kids-and-stickers living room from earlier this year? The French graffiti artist Tilt has unleashed his work on the unsuspecting Au Vieux Panier Hotel in southern France, cloaking half the room—walls, ceiling, floor, bed, shelf, mirror, and everything else—in paint and leaving half of it stark and bare. Imagine what sort of mind games you'd experience in sleeping here; hence the installation's name: "Panic Room." View an additional shot after the jump.
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