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Croatian artist Lonac recently took advantage of a sunny dry weather in his hometown of Zagreb to paint another solid mural.
Croatian artist Lonac recently took advantage of a sunny dry weather in his hometown of Zagreb to paint another solid mural. Mixing his impressive skills for producing photo realistic work along with surrealist imagery and distinctive imagination, he created another work involving his “gun bird”.
The image is showing a colorful and confused humming bird facing a barrel of a gun which is actually the head of a massive black crow-like bird. “Ambush” cleverly incorporates the ivy bush and the brick wall texture into the whole image, providing a natural element for the piece. 
Check out more photos of this work after the jump and check back soon for more street art news from around the globe.



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