Portuguese Street Artist Wrapped Up A Giant Squirrel On The Streets Of Tallinn In Estonia – Design You Trust

Portuguese Street Artist Wrapped Up A Giant Squirrel On The Streets Of Tallinn In Estonia


In town for the ‘JJ-Street Baltic Session: Street Art Jam 2016’, Portuguese street artist Bordalo II created a large flying squirrel which is sitting peacefully on a pine branch and having a little snack. The Lisbon-based artist chose this creature in order to bring attention to the fact that in Estonia, this squirrel is an endangered species. The 8 meter high piece has already gained positive recognition from the Estonian Ministry of Environment, so we’ll hope it will help the squirrels!

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