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This tentacled creation – half-squid, half-inanimate-block – could've been dreamt up by a 20th-century surrealist. In fact, it is one of artist Jeff Soto's recurring characters – in this mural, it appears to be gleefully dissecting the great white shark.

The great white shark – deconstructed!

The majestic great white shark can be found in the deep waters off Hawaii, making this a fitting subject for a mural in Honolulu. Though, if you look carefully, you'll see one Hawaiian who must regret ever meeting one of these apex predators.

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Nychos and Jeff Soto are artists from Austria and Los Angeles respectively. They are renowned for their brightly-colored illustrative works that adorn walls and canvases all over the world.

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Just like the duo who created this mural, the tentacled creature appears to be something of an artist itself.

Shark Mural, Nychos and Jeff Soto, Hawaii, 2013

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