Release the kraken

British street artists Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton—aka Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellos—visited the historic Philadelphia Navy Yard this week and installed a gigantic inflatable sculpture in an abandoned warehouse on the Delaware River waterfront. The twenty purple, blue , and green tentacles are part of a piece they call “Sea Monsters HERE” that will be on display until November 16,2018.

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6 Responses to Release the kraken

  1. roos says:

    brilliant old giving new use

  2. margaret21 says:

    Philadelphia looks an exciting place to visit at the moment. All good clean fun!

    • Philly is a great place to visit, if you know where to go and where to avoid. You’ll find great history, art, architecture, and a booming food scene, but also pockets of wretched poverty.

  3. That’s a fun installation. I bet it makes people look twice!

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