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The art of a Jersey City boy

The wolf howling at the hilltop above Manhattan illuminated by the flame of the Statue of Liberty, a whole symbol for the nearby Jersey City. Marie Le Blé / The Daily View.

COLORFUL. Shaun Edwards left behind a huge mural before heading to the West Coast. Take a look at one of his biggest creations in his home town, Jersey City.

By Marie Le Blé ...
Created : Aug. 11, 2019, 3:40 PM - Modified : Aug. 11, 2019, 4:32 PM

This is his largest mural he has painted to date. Shaun Edwards has the same name that the famous English rugby union coach and former rugby league player but don't be mistaken, his favorite game is not to run after the oval ball but to juggle with paint bombs.

The artist name of this Jersey City boy is Pawnprice. Shaun Edwards moved to Los Angeles and as a memory, the street artist left his mark in his town on the big wall of a building at the corner of Sip and Tonnelee Avenues, close to the Journal Square train station. 

The majestic wolf surmounting the work of blue purple shimmering colors captivate passersby who prefer by far a painting work to a brick wall. 

The mural painter has also made several other creations in his own town where wall paintings swarm.

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