Spectacular Large Scale Mural In Brazil By Eduardo Kobra

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Famous Brazilian Street Artist Eduardo Kobra worked with four painters 5 to 6 hours a day to complete that magnificent mural dedicated to legendary architect Oscar Nimeyer who died in December last year at the age of 104. This huge street art masterpiece is nearly 52 meters high and 16 meters wide. It is covering the whole side of a skyscraper on Paulista Avenue in São Paulo’s financial district. The painting is inspired by Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture, his love of concrete and Le Corbusier.
‘’It was a very expensive project. The staff of the building gave us the paint, the André Art Gallery helped us with the equipment, there was a hotel near the building that hosted us and we also got a restaurant to help us with food. This project relied upon genuine cultural support and it could only happen because of it. For this project we didn’t receive a penny of compensation — we are doing it for the pleasure of doing a job here at Paulista, the most important avenue in São Paulo.” … Eduardo Kobra tells during a break from painting.
Check out Spectacular Large Scale Mural In Brazil By Eduardo Kobra. Don’t forget to visit his official website to see more examples of his colorful and huge street art paintings…

photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
photo © Alan Teixeira
Brazil photo © Alan Teixeira
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