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JADE paints a striking mural in Barranco, Lima

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May 23, 2015
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Constantly busy on the streets of Lima in Peru, JADE has just finished working on yet another brilliant piece located in the district of Barranco.

Constantly busy on the streets of Lima in Peru, JADE has just finished working on yet another brilliant piece located in the district of Barranco.
Painting for the Muraliza El Barrio Festival, the Peruvian muralist create this beautiful and striking mural entitled “The Home Of Sigh”.  Located close to the Bridge Of Sigh, one of the most touristic area in Lima and a popular location for lovers to walk around, the piece represents the “Love” that can be found in the neighborhood.
Continue reading for a closer look at this artwork and then check back with us soon for the latest updates from South America.

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