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get your hands on 1,400 cans of spray paint and transform industrial silos into amazing public art......

Artists, Osgemeos (Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo) used 1400 spray paint cans to create this mural.

Granville Island, Vancouver, BC Canada 🇨🇦

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Bela Vista - São Paulo / 2009

Granville Island features several concrete silos transformed into a piece of art by Brazilian artists named OSGEMEOS.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/granville-island-...

 

Os Gemeos: www.osgemeos.com.br/en

Os Gemeos are twin brothers from Sao Paulo, Brazil who travel world wide doing large scale urban art projects.

This mural painting is a collaboration of 'Os Gemeos' and Woozy. The background (buidlings) are by Woozy and the man by Os Gemeos.

 

It can be seen in Athens at Pireos street.

  

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The GIANTS

 

Ocean Cement Silos, Est. 1917, Granville Island

**The third giant from the left - currently being filled (see crane above )

 

Ocean Cement is the oldest and largest tenant on Granville Island. Established on the Island in 1917.

Painted by OSGEMEOS, which means "the twins," Brazilian twin brothers Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo. They're known for their public art, transforming buildings and walls into colourful spray-painted characters.

 

The Vancouver project is the duo's biggest to date.

  

Granville Island, BC CA

photo credit: Tara Murray

Os Gemeos; photo credit: Sara Mozeson

Grottaglie, Apulia, Italy

Amazing night

 

Yeah, this is so funny night . great time. Thanks Os Gemeos ,Fuze, all my fellas and MTN for the support.

 

simply freestyle.

video coming soon

Wais

Os Gemeos; photo credit: Sara Mozeson

Estação São Bento embaixo do Viaduto Santa Ifigenia

 

The GIANTS

 

Ocean Cement Silos, Est. 1917, Granville Island

  

Ocean Cement is the oldest and largest tenant on Granville Island. Established on the Island in 1917.

Painted by OSGEMEOS, which means "the twins," Brazilian twin brothers Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo. They're known for their public art, transforming buildings and walls into colourful spray-painted characters.

 

The Vancouver project is the duo's biggest to date.

 

Granville Island, BC CA

  

Sunny day's perspectives......

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Granville Island Silos, Vancouver, by OSGEMEOS (the twins)–street art artists Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo

it's not the heat.. it's the humidity...

Spanning six cylindrical cement silos, the larger-than-life graffiti mural may be the most ambitious project yet by the Brazilian twin brothers known as OSGEMEOS.

os gemeos' "too far too close" at deitch projects

Graffiti Exhibition in Wuppertal / Germany.

 

Featureing the following artists:

Herbert Baglione

Daim

Daniel Man

Miss Van

Os Gemeos

Pius Portmann Stohead

Tasek

Tilt

Heiko Zahlmann

Zevs

  

www.stillonandnonthewiser.de

São Paulo, Brasil. September 8, 2007.

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