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That’s easy, it’s a tiger shark
fun facts: the tiger shark’s family is called requiem, “The name may be related to the French word for shark, requin, itself of disputed etymology (chien de mer or Latin requiem (“rest”), which would thereby create a cyclic etymology: requiem-requin-requiem).” (wikipedia)
pic by Roberto Gonzáles:
Saturn devouring his son - Graffiti on the streets of Gijón.
The conflict between youth and old age or time as the devourer of all things or maybe the wrath of God and an allegory of the situation in Spain, where the fatherland consumed its own children in wars and revolution.
(fos) by (fos)
(fos) is the name of the first ephemeral installation by the multidisciplinary team (fos). It means light in Greek and melted in Catalan.
In this project has been represented by a skin that covers both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
The protected facade of the vegan restaurant Rayen at Lope de Vega street in Madrid has been illuminated for 4 days and nights by more than 250ml of yellow tape, painted décor items, pineapples and… a lamp. A visual game between perspective and colored volumes that gained the looks.
Its so funny to see that by adding eyes and teeth to an object it instantly gives them so much character. I honestly had the best time making these.
Again, you can find more of my work on my Facebook street art page:
More Hidden Street Art on Railings by Zebrating