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These street artists divert a blockhouse in tribute to Dragon Ball

Dragon Ball is a manga that has marked several generations. If fans mainly retain these characters with spiky hair and protruding muscles that engage in fighting without mercy, we must also not forget the iconic Shenron. This imposing dragon inspired by Japanese folklore appears when the heroes gather together 7 crystal balls and make their wishes.

In la Francetwo street artists have decided to pay homage to the famous Shenron by diverting the remains of a blockhouse (a former military shelter) sure the Réville beach in Lower Normandy. They are named Baby K and Bleseaand obviously, they have an unlimited imagination. In falling on this old blockhouse, the two artists notice that this last the elongated and imposing shape of a snake. They decide to give it a second life and begin to paint it to reproduce the appearance of the imposing dragon ... and it is rather successful!

This creative project was realized as part of "Cherbourg makes the Wall ", an initiative put in place, as you can imagine, by the city of Cherbourg to put forward the graffiti culture. And if you like Dragon Ball, we also invite you to discover the initiative of this restaurant with creative dishes which echo the different emblems of the saga.

Credits: Baby-K / Blesea

Credits: Baby-K / Blesea

Credits: Baby-K / Blesea

Credits: Baby-K / Blesea

Credits: Baby-K / Blesea

Imagined by: Baby K and Blesea

Video: The art of misdirection. Apollo Robbins (October 2019).

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