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While we last heard from him earlier this month with "Grabbit", Bordalo II is now in Northern Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece.

While we last heard from him earlier this month with “Grabbit”, Bordalo II is now in Northern Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece.
Working at Urban Spree in Berlin, Germany, the talented Portuguese artist gathered local trash and found materials to build yet another unique and highly creative piece. Entitled “Froehlicher Tucan”, this is a perfect spring installation for the local pedestrians. The project was CO-sponsored by CO_labs and Londongraffiti.
Hit the jump for a closer look at this giant Tucan and as usual stick with your friend at StreetArtNews for more lovely updates from Europe.

Second image via Co_Labs

Rom Levy

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