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Os Gemeos have completed their massive piece in Vancouver, Canada for the Vancouver Biennale. Painting on Granville island, the Brazilian twins transformed a dark industrial area of Vancouver into an incredible open-air street art exhibition.

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.

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.

Brazilian twin artists Os Gemeos are always taking it up a notch.. In August, the brothers took on their biggest project to date: an enormous 75-foot-tall, 360-degree mural that measures a total of 23,500 square feet. Envisioned as a non-profit public artwork for the Vancouver Biennale, the piece is intended to leave a lasting mark on the Ocean Cement silos amid the industrial landscape of Vancouver’s Granville Island.

Brazilian twin artists Os Gemeos are always taking it up a notch.. In August, the brothers took on their biggest project to date: an enormous 75-foot-tall, 360-degree mural that measures a total of 23,500 square feet. Envisioned as a non-profit public artwork for the Vancouver Biennale, the piece is intended to leave a lasting mark on the Ocean Cement silos amid the industrial landscape of Vancouver’s Granville Island.

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

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

Soon, in the city of Vancouver, street artists Os Gemeos will unveil a new mural that livens up a typically gray industrial area in Granville Island. The identical twin brothers from Brazil painted six large silos in their distinctive cartoonish style with vibrant colors and patterns that adorn the structures. Each 75-foot-tall cylinder features a different character, who comes complete with their own personality, wardrobe, and bright yellow skin. All together, this impressive 360 degree ...

Six Industrial Silos Transformed Into Vibrant Murals by Os Gemeos

Soon, in the city of Vancouver, street artists Os Gemeos will unveil a new mural that livens up a typically gray industrial area in Granville Island. The identical twin brothers from Brazil painted six large silos in their distinctive cartoonish style with vibrant colors and patterns that adorn the structures. Each 75-foot-tall cylinder features a different character, who comes complete with their own personality, wardrobe, and bright yellow skin. All together, this impressive 360 degree ...

Video: OSGEMEOS 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.

Video: OSGEMEOS 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 (b. 1974, São Paulo, Brazil), translated as “The Twins”, Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, have worked together since birth. The street artist duo recently completed their first ever, 360 degree mural on Granville Island for this year’s Vancouver Biennale. The ambitious project is a continuation of their ongoing Giants series and is not only their largest public mural to date, but it’s the duo’s first in Canada.

OSGEMEOS (b. 1974, São Paulo, Brazil), translated as “The Twins”, Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, have worked together since birth. The street artist duo recently completed their first ever, 360 degree mural on Granville Island for this year’s Vancouver Biennale. The ambitious project is a continuation of their ongoing Giants series and is not only their largest public mural to date, but it’s the duo’s first in Canada.

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