Pejac in Asia – Between creative street art and clever urban hijacking

2015-06-25 // art

The latest street art creations by the Spanish artist Pejac, who we have already talked about several times, and who takes advantage of his trip across Asia, from Hong Kong to Seoul through Tokyo, to create amusing artworks between creative street art and urban hijacking, playing with Asian culture icons. You will find references to the famous print The Great Wave of Kanagawa by Hokusai or to the mythical dragon from the Chinese legends.

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Images © Pejac

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