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August 09, 2012
Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
A new mural by Os Gemeos covers the exterior wall of a giant air intake structure on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway.
The mural is meant to complement a one-room show of Os Gemeos’s work at the Institute of Contemporary Art.
There are three Os Gemeos murals around Boston to go along with the ICA exhibit.
Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff
Gustavo (left) and Otavio Pandolfo, who are 38-year-old twins from Brazil, worked on a mural along the Greenway last month. The street artists call themselves Os Gemeos.
This mural, which Otavio is working on, will take 10 days to complete.
The renowned street art duo is better known as Os Gemeos, Portuguese for “the twins.”
Gustavo Pandolfo and an assistant used a crane to reach parts of their enormous mural.
Os Musicos, 2008. Wood, speakers and modified organ. 13 x 21 5/8 x 9 inches.
Untitled, 2008. Acrylic and spray paint on wood panel. 110 ¼ x 82 5/8 x 5 7/8 inches.
Back in the Days, 2008. Acrylic, latex, spray paint and sequins on wood panel. 96 x 96 x 5 inches.
Dentro do arco-iris, e assim, 2010. Mixed media, 82 5/8 x 201 1/8 inches.
No Fundo De Mar E Respirar Mas Facil (In The Depth Of The Ocean It’s Easier To Breathe), 2012. Mixed media on panel. 72 7/8 x 108¼ x 4 inches.
Amanheceu De Cabeca Prabaxo (Upside Down Sunrise), 2012. Mixed media on panel. 78¾ x 63 x 5 inches.
Untitled, 2012. Mixed media on canvas. 79 x 63 x 2 inches.
Agradecendo A Chuva (Thanks For Rain), 2012. Mixed media on panel. 92 1/8 x 63 x 13 3/8 inches.