Beautiful Empowered Women Depicted in Orange Splashes of Paint


In their newest collaboration Splash, street artists Fin DAC and Angelina Christina masterfully paint a trio of gorgeous women on a stretch of wall in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Created over the course of a few days, this latest mural is just one in a series of street art pieces the duo has made together featuring strong, sexy, empowered women that are often tattooed and always beautiful.

Depicted elegantly in black and white, the mysterious women are surrounded by bursts of brilliant orange. The bold pattern that decorates each woman’s clothes and spreads out around them in splashes of paint looks like light reflecting on the surface of water.

If you happen to be in the area and want to check it out, this mural is located on Rue Inacio Pereira da Rocha in the district of Vila Madalana, Sao Paulo, Brazil.


Fin Dac’s website
Angelina Christina’s website
via [Zeutch]



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