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Street Artist Duo Transforms A Blockhouse On French Beach Into Shenron From Dragon Ball
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Street Artist Duo Transforms A Blockhouse On French Beach Into Shenron From Dragon Ball

French street artist duo Blesea and Baby K just brought cartoons into real life. There’s an old blockhouse on the beach of Réville in France that got an extreme makeover and was transformed from a grey, abandoned building into a stunning life-size Shenron dragon from the famous Dragon Ball series!

Shenron is a magic dragon that appears to fulfill a wish when all seven Dragon Balls are reunited. And it seems like it just granted another one from one of the artists. “I’m a big fan of Dragon Ball, and it’s been my childhood dream that I just realized with Baby K,” said Blesea.

Scroll down to see the process for yourself, and maybe you’ll want to visit it someday too!

More info: Blesea’s Facebook | Baby K’s Facebook

The final result

This is how the blockhouse looked before the transformation

French street artist duo turned it into a Shenron from “Dragon Ball”

“I’m a big fan of Dragon Ball, and it’s been my childhood dream that I just realized with Baby K,” said Blesea

These guys just made this French beach look so much cooler

See how they did it in the video below:

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Gaëlle Michelot
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4 years ago

in France, near the ocean, we usually use the german word "Blockhaus"

Gaëlle Michelot
Community Member
4 years ago

they're nearly unbreakable and they eventually sink in the sand cause of beach's erosion or waves

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Bonnie Jay
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4 years ago

What is a block house in the first place?

Zenozenobee
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4 years ago

This is part of the Atlantic wall build by the Germans on French coast during WWII to prevent any landing from UK (It extend in nothern Europe I think). It's a defensive system, like a rampart if you want. Observers could shoot at invaders from "safe" position. It explain the human lost in the Allies rank during the normandy landings, even with the bombings that destroyed some of them before the D Day. Some of those have been restored for memory duty but some are just been nibbled by the see.

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Daria B
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4 years ago

Love! ♥

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Gaëlle Michelot
Community Member
4 years ago

in France, near the ocean, we usually use the german word "Blockhaus"

Gaëlle Michelot
Community Member
4 years ago

they're nearly unbreakable and they eventually sink in the sand cause of beach's erosion or waves

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Bonnie Jay
Community Member
4 years ago

What is a block house in the first place?

Zenozenobee
Community Member
4 years ago

This is part of the Atlantic wall build by the Germans on French coast during WWII to prevent any landing from UK (It extend in nothern Europe I think). It's a defensive system, like a rampart if you want. Observers could shoot at invaders from "safe" position. It explain the human lost in the Allies rank during the normandy landings, even with the bombings that destroyed some of them before the D Day. Some of those have been restored for memory duty but some are just been nibbled by the see.

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Daria B
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4 years ago

Love! ♥

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