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DalEast recently stopped in San Diego for Pangeaseed’s Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans project. Invited to create one of his signature murals for their worthy cause, Chinese artist created this piece in East Village district of San Diego, California.
With organization’s main goal in mind, rising awareness about conservation and preservation of sharks and other marine species, he painted this double piece showing a human on one, and shark on another wall of the same building. Using minimalist color palette that accents the water element on a shark, both images are slowly decomposing towards each other, symbolizing mutual dependence. Once again his technique proves it’s strength with this fragile work.
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