The pink panther
The pink panther is introduced for the first time in December 1963 on the screens at the beginning and also at the ending of the Blake Edward's movie "The pink panther". This unreal animal created by Fritz Freleng looks like an anthromorphic panther, slender and pink colored. It moves with peace but sometimes with anger inside an absurd and surrealistic world. Fascinated by the pink panther character the artist David Maddalena alias TheCoolGuy duplicated it on many ways. His passion arouses him imagining an happening where the pink panther statue makes a robbery spending their money in different French cities. For doing that David Maddalena gives the order to assistants to put pink panthers statues in Nice, Paris, Lyon and Toulouse but nothing will go well in Nice. A statue representing the pink panther was put just behind a bank where an important robbery happens during the 1970's. The panther hold a pack of bills in one's hand and a bag where a sentence is written ("Without any weapons, hatery and violence") remembering the one of the robbery brain. Some neighbours around the bank don't like this and call the police. The CoolGuy noticed that nothing has been stolen but following the goal to stay in a peace he decides to contact the city of Nice. The purpose of the city is giving huge part to street artists because they help to give the city more nice. So the pink panther has been "released" in the Ray parc.