Beautiful new work from Os Gemeos and Blu in Lisboa, Portugal. Just look at that shading! Wooo, love it.
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For people living in Lisboa, this is just out of the Picoas metro station.
OH MY .. this is the graffiti artwork i’ve seen at all.
I AM IN LOVE! We were lucky enough to have an Os Gemeos in NYC until they put up a freaking hideous Shepard Fairey in its place :( I wanted to cry!!! UGH, the injustice! LOVE THIS PIECE!
Was that in Williamsburg?
You’ve got a big one in Coney Island, just outside the subway.
Nope, Houston and Bowery in Nolita, http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2009/08/03/arts/20090803_MURAL_SLIDESHOW_index.html slideshow!
i found one in tokyo too:
ugh i agree fully!!!!!!!!!
Oh what scale! I gotta respect the grand ambition.
woww… the level of detail… theres is some blu work in mexico city, but really, i think this piece is in a totally diferent level. great, great.
Keep up with the good work on te blog Jeff.
Brazillan artists rules!
http://WWW.Artpeople165.tk muy pronto….
gOOD Byeee My Friend!!!!
Pèace & Love!!!
Love Os Gemeos! So talented and creative from the rawest materials and places…
These are amazing!
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wooooooooooooooooooow ! amazing!
I love Blu :D
Very interesting!! Lovely!!
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My god this is awesome!
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amazing. grt artwork.
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