6 Images of Street Art in São Paulo (Part V): The Kobra Edition

Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra is super busy. His colorful murals that feature historical figures brightens up busy streets in places such as Los Angeles, New York, Tahiti, Dubai and Japan. Here in São Paulo, where Kobra resides, it is hard not to spot one of his artworks. You can even find murals that date back to 2010 or earlier that don’t feature his signature kaleidoscope style. I’m sure I’ll be updating you on more work by Kobra in the future as he continues to add color to the city. In the meantime, take a look at what I’ve found so far.

All photos by Stephen J. Grant


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Published by Stephen J. Grant

Stephen J. Grant, sometimes known as Radio Stevie, is a writer, artist and non-profit professional currently at the Guggenheim Museum.

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