This Guy Bought A Giant Plastic Godzilla, And Now They Travel Everywhere Together – Design You Trust

This Guy Bought A Giant Plastic Godzilla, And Now They Travel Everywhere Together

According to photographer Kieran Murray: “You’ve heard of the travelling gnome, now I present a travelling Godzilla figurine that I have photoshopped to look life sized. His name is Ryan and we travel all around, getting into all sorts of shenanigans.

Travelling on your own is awesome, but it can be frustrating to have a stranger take a photo of you in front of that landmark only to see that its framed awfully or out of focus. I came across this plastic souvenir in Chicago and decided that it was easier to take photos of it in front of landmarks instead. Since then it organically evolved into the Ryan character and was a way for me to develop my photoshop skills.”

More info: Behance, Instagram (h/t: boredpanda)

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