Twin Brothers Painted Giant Silos With Amazing Graffiti Art
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Twin Brothers Turn 70 Ft Silos In Vancouver Into Colorful Giants

Twin brothers and Brazilian artists Octavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, recognized together as “Os Gemeos”, completed their newest project turning a gigantic mural covering six industrial silos on Granville Island in Vancouver, Canada. The mural, which is a part of the Vancouver Biennale, depicts six vividly colored 70 foot tall characters. The six silos wrapped the entire way around,giving it a complete space of 23,500 sq. ft (7,200 sq meters).

The twin brothers took almost the entire month to complete the piece – considered one of their most grandest piece of their career so far. These cartoons themed giants are also part of Os Gemeos’ on-going “Giants” mural project, elements of which have already introduced life and color to many different major cities around the world just like these 50 clever and playful street art ideas.

More info: osgemeos.com.br | vancouverbiennale.com | IndiegogoFlickr

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

Giant silos covered in amazing graffiti

Giant silos painted with amazing graffiti of cartoon characters

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