Back in March, NYC artist Dennis McNett built a wooden Viking ship and invited Philadelphia artists to decorate his linocut-layered creation with different types of prints and images to accompany. The crew went on to parade the beast through the streets of Philadelphia as a drummer raged from the belly of the beast. Dennis passed along some of the footage they shot that night before the ship was destroyed in a grand finale at a hoity-toity condo complex. This is street art. This is dope. This is fun. Watch the video above, and then go see Dennis' other work at howlingprint.com.