Dragon of Cement by Yang Yongliang

An allusion to China’s rapid development in the last several decades, which Yang compares to “a huge construction site”, his cement dragon is a remnant of an ancient beastiary trying desperately to break through the modern era that’s imprisoned it.

Artist: website (via: mymodernmet)

Notes

  1. alextheprinceofblood reblogged this from melnathea
  2. dumbleki reblogged this from melnathea
  3. melnathea reblogged this from melanch0lic-pers0n
  4. melanch0lic-pers0n reblogged this from crispychocolate
  5. sssequinsss reblogged this from ianbrooks
  6. blueraftbluesea reblogged this from notcoral
  7. em-al-dood reblogged this from criticalforest
  8. aoz0ra reblogged this from saotome-michi
  9. saotome-michi reblogged this from yutke
  10. schnappchats reblogged this from yutke
  11. yutke reblogged this from ianbrooks
  12. towardstheforest reblogged this from ianbrooks
  13. ineedtotakeashit reblogged this from sexyseacow
  14. theandrewliu reblogged this from lordofthethngs
  15. lordofthethngs reblogged this from ahstahh
  16. kogiopsis reblogged this from dimsumbao
  17. infanteslibris reblogged this from ianbrooks
  18. carambolians reblogged this from skinks
  19. noodlepixie reblogged this from puffinpowerz
  20. tpnand-otherdrugs reblogged this from puffinpowerz
  21. withanysortofcertainity reblogged this from puffinpowerz
  22. puffinpowerz reblogged this from skinks
  23. skinks reblogged this from nidokingu
  24. dragonsstolethephonebox reblogged this from dragonlock
  25. dragonlock reblogged this from ianbrooks
  26. giveslessons reblogged this from lamauvaisesaloupe

Recent comments

Blog comments powered by Disqus