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Invited by Gallery Kirk, Conor Harrington landed in Denmark where he spent about three days working on a massive building.

Invited by the good lads from Gallery Kirk, Conor Harrington landed in Denmark where he spent about three days working on a massive building.
Painting on a quiet residential street of Aalborg, the Irish muralist brought to life this beautiful monochrome artwork depicting one of his signature colonial characters. Using a black-background, the piece really pops against the surrounding classical architecture seen on the streets of Aalborg. As usual with Conor, the result is impressive!
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