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Our friend Bordalo II recently stopped by the lovely city of Covhila in Portugal where he was invited to work on a new installation for the excellent Wool Festival.

Our friend Bordalo II recently stopped by the lovely city of Covilhã in Portugal where he was invited to work on a new installation for the excellent WOOL Festival.
Entitled “Owl Eyes”, the talented Portuguese artist spent over a week building this mind-boggling installation which is composed of found materials and trash. Simply genius!
As usual, a bunch of extra images are awaiting for your click below and then keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for more exclusive updates from Bordalo II.

Images by Pedro Seixo Rodrigues

Rom Levy

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