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Dulk creates a new mural called “Where we used to scream” in Wittenberg, Germany

May 15, 2017
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Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent in some images of his latest wall that he painted in Wittenberg, Germany. It was supported by Kura Fest.

This mural is return to the source to continue the legacy and rest in piece, this would be a paradigm of a salmon’s life. Salmon coming back to an idyllic place is surrounded by dangers, and it is waiting for any failure to generate its source of subsistence. The primordial struggle between life and death that dwells in the origin of nature. The artist said that this work is inspired by the salmon as a symbol, animals represented in a shield of Wittenberg, the city where this work has been painted.

Take a closer look at “Where we used to scream” with more detailed images below and stay tuned with us for more updates from Europe.

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