(Photos courtesy of Replica Creative)
Most people took on Blanka’s distant Philly cousin, Jawnka, one on one.
The punch and kick combination of attacks we’re quite impressive at the University City Science Center, where masked street artist Kid Hazo put you inside Street Fighter for a Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast art installation.
At stake? A chance to win a custom mural for your crib.
Some people took out their inner office angst on each other. We hope HR didn’t have to get involved.
Some people didn’t even realize that they were being hit with a sonic boom and took one for #TeamJawnka.
Picking our favorite wasn’t easy but we had to hook someone up with a free customizable, re-positionable Wallsome mural, a new service from Replica Creative.
And the most unique fighting style goes to … Robyn Swayne (aka @swtstprfctn on Instagram) for these two creative attempts at beating the game. You are the champion!
Thanks to everyone who played, and to Kid Hazo for the fun times!-30-
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