graffiti airplane dragon takes to the skies (a spray painted yak 52)

graffiti airplane dragon takes to the skies (a spray painted yak 52)

muralist, illustrator, street artist, and graffiti art george kurinov (aka GOOZE ART) transformed this yak 52 sports aircraft into a flying, graffiti airplane dragon. the artist lives in south russia, in the city of krasnodar, but paints all over the world under his brand, GOOZE ART.

graffiti airplane
all images courtesy of GOOZE ART



it’s common to find graffiti under a bridge or on a building facade, but there aren’t too many aircrafts streaking a turquoise dragon with purple feathers across the sky. for george kurinov of GOOZE ART, it’s just another day at work. while this may be his first plane, it probably isn’t his first or last dragon, as most of his subject matter seems to revolve around surreal palettes, animals, and mythologies.  

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