Art Review Strolling through the ruins of street art ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page 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. Geoff Hargadon The mural is meant to complement a one-room show of Os Gemeos’s work at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff 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. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff This mural, which Otavio is working on, will take 10 days to complete. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff The renowned street art duo is better known as Os Gemeos, Portuguese for “the twins.” Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Gustavo Pandolfo and an assistant used a crane to reach parts of their enormous mural. Allen Benedikt Os Musicos, 2008. Wood, speakers and modified organ. 13 x 21 5/8 x 9 inches. Allen Benedikt Untitled, 2008. Acrylic and spray paint on wood panel. 110 ¼ x 82 5/8 x 5 7/8 inches. Allen Benedikt 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.