Dragon Ball: the dragon Shenron “landed” on the beaches of Normadia
The beaches of Normandy were the scene of the largest landing operation in military history, carried out by the allied forces during the second world war, to open a second front in Europe.
Before that day, 6 June 1944, to deal with the phase marittima, the so-called operation Overlord, the Third Reich disseminated in this stretch of the French coast of the numerous bunkers.
Many of those bunkers are still standing and jutting into the sea, cutting the beach, gray witnesses of reinforced concrete, one of the worst times of human history.
Two street artist, Blesea and Baby K have, however, decided to give it a look more “colourful” in one of these sad bunker, decoration with a mural, having the traits and the features of the legendary dragon Shenron, the character of the saga Dragon Ball that is summoned when all 7 Dragon Balls are gathered.
In the video, which you can see below, it is shown how the two artists “evoke” Shenron using cans of spray paint and rollers, but not before, of course, brought together the 7 Balls!
Blesea, always a fan of the famous saga Dragon Ball, he confessed that to do something of the kind was his “childhood dream”.
Shame that this Body of cement on the beaches of Normandy could not fulfill the wish of bringing back to life the men who, on both sides, lost their lives on those shores more than 70 years ago.
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