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Same Brazilian artists that did that cool but temporary work on the Scottish castle did this...LOVE, LOVE, LOVE A large work on silos of cement plant onGranville Island near docks

The ‘Giants’ project, materialized by Brazilian street artists Os Gemeos, regards the twins paint 75 foot tall silos. Animated by the concept that “every city needs art and art has to be in the middle of the people”, the artists made pair with a non-profit public art organization Vancouver Biennale with the purpose to convert the Granville industrial landmark into a gigantic public art work. Take a look at the 360-degree art piece monuments below.

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Giants: Os Gemeos Convert Six Enormous Silos into Awesome Works of Art in Vancouver

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“Every city needs art and art has to be in the middle of the people” – OS GEMEOS, the artists behind the piece "Giants". It is part of Vancouver Biennale

MONTECRISTO Magazine interviews international graffiti artists and identical twins OSMEGEOS about their largest mural to date, which is part of the Vancouver Biennale’s Open Air Museum. The artwork covers six Ocean Concrete silos on Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia.

OSGEMEOS Transforming Industrial Silos at the Vancouver Biennale. Imagine a 360-degree, 70-foot (21 metre) tall outdoor mural that’s over 23...