Jujutsu Kaisen is featured in visual artist Aundraj Jude’s stunning 3D artwork at a train station in Singapore, with “real life” visuals referencing the fan-favorite character from the series , Ryomen Sukuna.
Through Instagram, Jude used 3D animation to overlay Sukuna’s sinister Temple Domain Expansion technique on the train exit to the station in Raffles Place, Singapore. The video, posted on January 12, 2024, serves as a great reminder and example of how art can merge with reality, with many on social media commenting on the relevance seamlessness of the projection with the design of the station. You can watch a video of the artwork ‘in action’ below.
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The worldwide marketing power of anime and manga cannot be underestimated, although it would probably require a lot to build a Jujutsu Kaisen temple in one of Singapore’s busiest areas. However, Singapore’s love for anime also extends to the government level, as shown in a viral Facebook post mentioning the popular Kagurabachi manga through an official government account. Jude’s post, if it comes to fruition, would be only the second recent Jujutsu Kaisen temple to go viral in the past few weeks, with one being erected in Kuantan, Malaysia, in honor of the fallen Kento Nanami down. The Malaysian government may be raising Singapore’s profile, after Culture, Tourism and Unification Committee Chairman Leong Yu Man contacted Gege Akutami directly to request a special endorsement for Kuantan.
Jude’s Jujutsu Kaisen temple video once again reflects the fervor of the Jujutsu Kaisen fanbase, making the post his most popular Instagram post, with 1.4 million likes counting since posting. Similarly, Jujutsu Kaisen fans took over a recent NASA space post after one of their satellites flew over Japan – making this their most popular image posted on the account. account that day.
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Fans can watch Sukuna’s domain expansion in the Jujutsu Kaisen anime. Crunchyroll airs all seasons and describes the series: “Yuji Itadori is a boy with tremendous physical strength, although he lives a completely normal high school life. One day, to save a classmate attacked by curses, he ate Ryomen Sukuna’s finger, bringing the curse into his own soul. From then on, he shared a body with Ryomen Sukuna. Guided by the most powerful magician, Satoru Gojo, Itadori is accepted into Tokyo Jujutsu High School, an organization that fights curses.. and thus begins the heroic story of a boy who becomes a curse to lift a curse, a life you can never return to.”
Source: Aundraj Jude via Instagram