Headlining our Streets: World Roundup this week is a rare extraterrestrial piece from Invader. After a failed attempt last month, he has finally lived up to namesake and invaded space with his tiled works. Launching from Miami, Florida where he is preparing for his next exhibition, the French street artist was able to send his imagery into orbit with a helium balloon fitted with a camera to document it (and GPS to retrieve it).

Other murals to admire on earth this week include work from Inti – Lebanon, Sat One – UK (source), Proembrion – Poland (source), Jef Aerosol – France, Agostino Lacurci – France, Luca Di Maggio – Germany, Isaac Cordal – Croatia, Faith47 – China, TIKA – Switzerland, Know Hope – Israel, ROID (source).

Unless source is otherwise specified, all photos from the artists or events themselves.

Inti – “Pagano” in Beirut, Lebanon.

Sat One for the See No Evil festival in Bristol. Photo via Ian Cox / Graffuturism.

Proembrion – “Atraktor” for the Traffic Design Festival in Gdynia, Poland. Photo via Graffuturism.

Jef Aerosol – “Portrait d’Ernest Pignon-Ernest” in France.

Agostino for BIEN URBAIN, in Besançon, France.

Luca Di Maggio in Halle, Germany for the All You Can Paint Festival.

Isaac Cordal for the MUU street art festival in Zagreb, Croatia.

Faith47 – “the transience of ego” in Wuhan, China.

TIKA in St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Know Hope in Tel Aviv, Israel.

ROID. Photo via The Seventh Letter.