Street Artists Convert Massive Industrial Silos Into Colorful Giants

The amazingly talented street artists known as Os Gemeos have created some incredibly cool, and incredibly large, pieces over the years, including a mural that covered an entire Boeing 747 used by Brazil's World Cup team.

These super talented street artists have upped their graffiti game with their newest works- six colorful characters painted on 70 foot tall silos in Vancouver. 

The extremely talented Brazilian brothers known as Os Gemeos were invited to paint their iconic "Giants" characters on the silos by non-profit arts group Vancouver Biennale, who are working to bring more public art works to their beautiful city by the bay.

It took the dynamic duo a month to complete this amazing project, and like all good street art the work was created for the enjoyment of public art lovers and not for profit.

-Via Colossal

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