Eduardo Kobra’s Mural tribute to Oscar Niemeyer in S達o Paulo

Category: Art Published on 11 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , , ,
Eduardo Kobra's Mural tribute to Oscar Niemeyer in Sao Paulo

Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra recently completed a colorful mural that covers the entire side of a skyscraper on Paulista Avenue in S達o Paulo, as tribute to the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, who passed away last december at the age of 104. The artwork realized by Kobra and a team of four other artists, that worked six hours a day to complete it, is inspired by Niemeyer’s works.

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