New Amazing And Giant Splatter Ink Panda Mural by Hua Tunan

With a unique combination of Western graffiti styles and traditional Chinese art, artist Chen Yingjie, aka Hua Tunan, is making a name for himself as one of the leading forces in the realm of street art. “China Panda” is a new grand in scale and incredibly detailed artwork, painted in Chicago on Logan Square, combining traditional Chinese ink methods and Western art graffiti by splattering ink, adding complexity and richness to the breathtaking image. The colors come to life, almost mimicking the wild and unpredictable nature of his subject.


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