The Rugby World Cup is currently underway with host country England stuck in the same pool as Wales – which meant an almighty primetime clash on Saturday night.
Favourites England started strongly but an already injury crippled Wales fought back to steal the game at the host stadium in Twickenham – final score 28 – 25.
In the build up to the tournament Rugby World Cup related artwork has sprung up around the city including another Welsh dragon courtesy of local artist Peaceful Progress.
His first dragon was painted for the England v Wales clash earlier this year literally outside the stadium and can be viewed on the link below.
Whereas the latest dragon is there to greet fans and supporters as they leave Cardiff Central train station and head to the Millennium Stadium during the rugby world cup games being held in Cardiff.
Bryce ‘Best’ Davies aka Peaceful Progress has created this striking large red dragon at the heart of the building work in central square bus station area and had added the Welsh for ‘The red dragon’ to the work too :-
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Just alongside this wonderful dragon are the flags from the participating countries in the Rugby World Cup and a rather accurate hand painted version of the IRB Rugby World Cup logo too!
Nothing more satisfying than finding some quality street art in Cardiff …oh and stuffing the English! 😉