Os Gemeos’ Mural Covers Entire Building in Boston

On their recent trip to Boston's Financial District, Brazilian twin brothers Os Gemeos put up this impressive 70×70 foot mural that covers the entire side of a building! The piece, which will be up for 18 months and can be seen at Dewey Square Park, is part of their first solo museum exhibition in the United States. The Institute of Contemporary Art show, featuring paintings, mixed media works, and installations, opens August 1.




Photo credit: Lucas and Mayor
Os Gemeos’s website
via [Street Art News], [Boston Globe]



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