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Herakut’s New Mural Tells Misfits It’s OK to be Different


Brother and sister duo Herakut recently put up this new mural in St. Ottilien, Germany. The piece is the second installment of a special children's book project that the street artists have been working on, which centers around a young female character named Lily. The piece reads: “I am different, but…. aren't we all different?” The mural send a great message of acceptance to young children and adults that may feel ostracized by society for feeling like a misfit.



Herakut's website
via [Street Art News]

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