Insane Gremlins Street Art

By RodneyHatfieldJr for Creepy

I envy everyone living in London. Some very well-painted Gremlins street art appeared on the wall of an underpass in the London area. This unique artwork was painted by a talented artist called Demograffix. Demograffix is a dynamic enterprise run by Mark Tanti. Tanti is a mural artist that specializes in graffiti art and other spray-painted artworks. 

He brilliantly created Gizmo, the cute little mogwai from the classic 1984 Joe Dante film, and two of the more evil mogwai known as Mohawk and Lenny from the 1990 sequel Gremlins 2: The New Batch. These two evil mogwais who were naturally spawned when Gizmo was splashed with water. Demograffix clearly wanted to display them in their more innocent form. The outstanding artwork also has some cool captions and tags. One warning is not to feed the mogwai after midnight because we all understand what will happen if you do that. Unless you are traveling and go across a time-zone, I think. The whole midnight thing is kinda fuzzy logic. I always thought night time would represent a better rule. “Do not expose to bright lights. Do not feed them after dark. Do not let them get wet.” Sounds just as good, and it gets rid of that dumb Midnight quarrel.

So if you’re a Gremlins fan, this graffiti should feed your fundamental need until the new animated series Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai arrive on HBO Max.

Go to their website demograffix for more of their exceptional artwork.

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