Urban landscapes never cease to inspire artists to create magnificent projects like the Never Ending Story street art done by Lump, Chaza and Polish duo Sepe. These street painters gathered their talents and skills to develop a lager-than-life graffiti wall that forms an incredible narrative.
Found in the streets of Szczecin, Poland, the giant murals are colorful and funny. The art work consists of exaggerated cartoons composed of multiple characters. They have deformed body features that make them look funny and awkward; additionally, they're in the middle of comical situation like driving a cardboard car. These subjects seem to be making fun of society, or least they're trying to make a social commentary, like most street art pieces do.
What's more interesting about the Never Ending Story street art is the use of intense colors and attention to detail.
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