Urban Street Art – Living on the Edge (5 pics)


I guess you could call this urban wall art. If you happen to be looking for Brazilian artists Gabriel and Tiago Primo, you might want to start on a wall in Rio de Janeiro. Quite literally hanging out, the brothers have made this wall their home, attaching all types of furniture to it including tables, a cabinet, a bed, a sofa and even a hammock.

Since May of this year, they have been sleeping, working and eating on the side of a building 33 feet (10 meters) up in the air for twelve hours every day. They plan to continue this display until August.

What if they need to visit a restroom, you may ask? Equipped with mountain climbing gear, they can manage there way to a neighboring art gallery if nature calls.


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