The 23-year-old street artist Chen Yingjie (aka: Hua Tunan) from Foshan / China knows how to combine dazzling modern graffiti designs and traditional Chinese art, utterly impressive way in his artwork. In his large-format Mural “Splatter Ink Cheetah” form the seemingly different styles of Chinese ink technology and Western graffiti art a stunningly perfect symbiosis. A private picture of the complex and detailed operation of the young artist you can make yourself directly below here.
The piece that caught our eye is called Splatter Ink Cheetah, a large-scale and incredibly detailed mural created by the Chinese artist using a splatter-painting technique which seems to be his signature style. A breathtaking, energy-filled artwork with colors and vibrancy that embodies the nature of the animal, the Splatter Ink Cheetah By Hua Tunan is one of the most beautiful street art works we’ve seen lately. Through the complexity and richness added by the splattering ink, the artist manages to render the wild and unpredictable spirit of his subject.
Tunan is a core member of the EDGE Creative Collective, a Shanghai-based agency, dedicated to helping clients achieve creative ideas and inspired storytelling. His “splatter” portraits encompass organized chaos, while simultaneously exuding a sense of preciseness, further demonstrating his mastery as an artist.
“Splatter Ink Cheetah”: Dazzling Large-Scale Mural by Hua Tunan: