Graffiti Artist Makes Sure that You Can Pose for a Photo with the Great White Shark

Jimmy Swift, an American artist, saw a perfectly shaped white rock on a South Goa, India beach, and went to work.

Tourists have had quite the scare. Swimmers have had the chance to take daring photos with the head.

When he was walking down the Palolem Beach and saw the rock, he immediately remembered the blood-chilling film, “Jaws”. That was his eureka moment.

For Jimmy, the shark was already there and all he had to do was add some detail with black and white spray paint. For him, it was the hardest painting he ever did because of the beating waves and harsh weather.

He has to keep going back to maintain it as the environmentally friendly water-based paints he used to wear off. This piece is a well-known landmark.

Jimmy Swift’s “Jaws” inspired moment transforms a protruding rock into a hair-raising shark-head on the beaches of South Goa, India. Jimmy has completed up to 12 paintings on rocks. He has traveled to more than 90 countries, leaving a piece of art wherever he goes. He has been doing art for over fifteen years.

He has also transformed a rock into a magnificent elephant mural. This was twice the shark head’s size. Social media fans loved the rock art.

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