Having been expelled from school at 12 years to make graffiti on the streets of Sao Paulo, Eduardo Kobra has become one of the most recognized exponents of urban. Seizing the opportunity to enjoy art without going to a gallery, the Brazilian artist uses large walls as canvas where projects scenes and portraits of vibrant present and interesting chromatic game. From the famous recreation of the 1945 photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt in New York, to his most recent reinterpretation of Henri Rosseau in the Riviera Maya, the artist’s work is a constant search to bring to life images that would otherwise remain stored in the library and the memory of past generations.

Source and images: © Kobra

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