A true legacy in the field of architecture and beyond, Oscar Niemeyer, who died just this past December at the age of 104, has traveled into the heart of many, one of which is graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra. In honor of the Brazilian architect, Kobra created a 61-yard art piece on the side of a building in Sao Paulo’s financial district. The immense, colorful mural cannot be missed as people pass by and admire the work. Expressing Niemeyer’s love for concrete, curves and Le Corbusier, the mural truly encompasses the architect’s aim to, “…produce an architecture that serves everyone and not just a group of privileged people.” More images can be viewed after the break.
Graffiti Artist's Mural Honors Oscar Niemeyer
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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Graffiti Artist's Mural Honors Oscar Niemeyer" 01 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/324929/graffiti-artists-mural-honors-oscar-niemeyer> ISSN 0719-8884
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