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Before heading to Tokyo, Japan, Pejac spent a few days in Hong-Kong where he managed to drop this brilliant new piece.

Before heading to Tokyo, Japan, Pejac spent a few days in Hong-Kong where he managed to drop this brilliant new piece.
Entitled “Tagger” and located on Hollywood Road 97, the Spanish artist used a blow torch to create the heart and then carefully hand-painted the dragon with brushes. The dragon is a known symbol of strength and power in Asia and with this piece, he becomes a domesticated pet.
Pejac also worked on a cheeky new piece in his hotel room which you will be able to discover below.
Continue reading for extra images on these artwork and keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for the latest updates from Pejac in Asia. 

Pics via Brooklyn Street Art

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