In the late 80’s the Brazilian graffiti scene began to draw acclaim. It was in 1987 that “Os Gémeos” drew their first lines, and in the same year another artist from São Paulo started as well, Eduardo Kobra. While the “Os Gémeos” are already famous in the world, Kobra is only now beginning to make his international name.
Eduardo Kobra likes to call himself a street artist, he is more like a muralist, but he really don’t care for labels. His works are gigantic and can take a whole wall or building. He combines original mural painting (inspired by artists like the Mexican painters and designs of the North American Eric Grohe) with the characteristics of good design and skilled neo-realistic painting.
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