Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra has just finished working on his latest mural on the sunny streets of Los Angeles, California.
The painting is located on La Brea Avenue, at the same location where he had previously painted the Mount Rushmore piece back in 2012. Kobra traveled to North America after being invited by Mr. Brainwash, the polemic french street artist who was the protagonist of Banksy’s documentary “Exit through the gift shop”.
The artwork, which is 82 ft height and 26 ft width, shows a contemplative portrait of Albert Einstein through the colourful visual language of Kobra, which comprises a mixture of colours and geometric forms along with an hyper realistic feel.
Continue reading to get up close and personal with the beautiful piece and stay tuned to see what’s next from Kobra.