a live size figurine of Godzilla, a Japanese original ” movie monster” which — alone with King Kong– is famous for destroying cities has been showing up around the world. seen “photographed with icons and monuments”, the Godzilla effigy feature in backdrops appreciating the beauty of landmarks it would have, otherwise had stumped on with aggressive rage. and sometimes, along with his US based owner.
the travel companion of Australian photographer, Kieran Murray , Ryan is a ” travel all around, getting into all sorts of shenanigans” sort of digital installation , in a new series of edited photo project tagged ,” Ryan Godzilling ” . The figurine is expected to inject sensibly and activity into the icon.
Godzilla doing laundry ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
the barely 0.5m tall plastic model was a souvenir brought by the photographer, from Chicago. and as an amateur film maker trying to hone his skill, Travel the globe editing and resizing Ryan into backgrounds of cities his visits.
” …Travelling on your own is awesome, but it can be frustrating to have a stranger take a photo of you in front of that landmark only to see that its framed awfully or out of focus..” the prospective film maker had written.
Since then, Ryan has organically evolved into an independent character from the photographer himself, and far from the photofinishing practice material it started out as.
Godzilla grocery shopping ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Kieran Murray is a Digital Content Creator with a background in film and visual effects. and a graduate of Griffith University in Film.
Godzilla in the sub-way in New York ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla day at the museum ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla on Team USA ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla bull fighting ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla in Dubai’s airport ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla on the hudson ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla taking down bridges ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )
Godzilla arrested by New York police ( photo courtesy:Kieran Murray )