Street artist Dan Kitchener is responsible for the work
A neon-soaked mural brought from the streets of Yokohama lost judgment For life in London.
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Street artist Dan Kitchener turned the Waterloo Leek Street Arches into the RGG studio title back in September, and the video below shows a time-lapse of Kitchener’s work.
A neon light rig was also placed in front of the mural, allowing people to pose in combat posture lost judgment. According to the press release, Kitchener’s “artwork draws heavily from Japanese culture and beautiful color contrasts that bring unforgettablely captivating visuals to life.”
The video shows exactly what the mural looked like, with lots of street art and graffiti covering a small area of London about 6,000 miles away from Japan.
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