Eduardo Kobra Mural: Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi

Eduardo Kobra Mural: Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi

One of the reasons I love street art (and especially huge murals) is you really get to see the piece breathe and interact with its surroundings. Away from the sometimes stifling and sterile confines of a gallery or museum, street art comes alive and is part of the lives and stories of the community in which it lives. Eduardo Kobra’s kaleidoscopic art is colorful, impactful, and easily recognized no matter where you go. He has painted with his signature repeating squares and triangles all over world, but he seems to really love working in NYC (I totally get it). This piece in Chelsea features two of the greatest humanitarians in history—Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi—gazing at each other and gives off a hopeful vibe that is sorely needed in a time like this.

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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2018

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