These Inflatables Make It Look Like There’s A Sea Monster Attack In Philadelphia – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

These Inflatables Make It Look Like There’s A Sea Monster Attack In Philadelphia

Over at Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, street artists Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas have put up a huge installation that makes it appear as if a giant sea monster is trying to get out of a two-story warehouse. The piece, entitled Sea Monsters HERE, is the biggest inflatable sculpture made by the UK-based duo to date. It features colourful tentacles measuring 32 to 40 feet emerging from the structure’s windows, and curling up towards the sky.

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