These six industrial concrete silos have been transformed into giants for Vancouver’s Biennale, a bi-annual public art exhibition.
This vibrant mural was created by acclaimed street artists, OSGEMEOS. OSGEMEOS, which literally means “the twins,” is made up of Brazilian twin brothers Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo. They’re known for their public art, transforming buildings and walls into colourful spray-painted characters.
The 70-foot tall, 23,500-sq.-ft. mural is part of the Vancouver Biennale, an event that celebrates public art. Because of the sheer scale of the $126,000 project, the paint for the mural, cost $46,000!
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