Brazilian Graffiti Artist Creates World’s Largest Street Mural For The Rio Olympics

Street art isn’t an Olympic sport, but if it was then Eduardo Kobra would almost certainly win gold for his 30,000 square foot (2787 square metres) mural that he painted for this year’s Rio Olympics.

The mural, titled Las Etnias (The Ethnicities), stands a staggering 50 feet (15 metres) tall and can be found in Rio’s port district. It features five faces from five different continents that represent both the five Olympic rings as well as the cultural diversity of the games. More info : Eduardo Kobra | Rio 2016 Olympics

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