The brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra has finished his latest Street Art mural in Los Angeles, California. This time his piece covered a 4300 square feet wall and it can be found on 1220 N. Highland Ave.
Kobra aims to produce images of people who somehow had contributed to make the world a better place. The idea is making people think about “Whose eyes are those watching us?” and so, instead of painting full portraits as he usually does, the artist wants to place a challenge for those who “observe” at the same time that are “observed” so they can figure out who is the face in the wall.
The choice of the faces on the wall was based on great thinkers who were Nobel laureates. This artwork focuses on the eyes of those people, who watch us as they watch the world expecting something better.
Take a look at all available images after the jump and let us know how you like it in the comments.