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Spanish artist Pejac might be one of the hottest names in the urban/street art circles these days, and with every new public piece he proves his reputation.
Spanish artist Pejac might be one of the hottest names in the urban/street art circles these days, and with every new public piece he proves his reputation. After dropping some very original works in Paris recently, the artist visited his hometown of Santander in North of Spain, and created this exceptional piece.
Always including the setting and the given elements into his work, Pejac painted his own version of Monet’s “Impression, Sunrise” oil from 1872. Using a half-sunk rusty ship as a background for his work, and incorporating the actual sea level into this piece, he created almost living piece of art. Blending the image with the colors of a decaying ship, and taking the whole context of the setting into account, this piece once again shows his creativity, skills and versatility. 
Check out more photos by Maximilan Ruiz after the jump, and make sure you check back soon for more news about Pejac’s work.



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