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David De La Mano is currently in Uruguay where he just finished working on this long mural somewhere on the streets of Montevideo.

David De La Mano is currently in Uruguay where he just finished working on this long mural somewhere on the streets of Montevideo.
The Spanish artist created this signature piece showing a series of his black silhouette characters crossing a kind of imaginary river on a long boat.
This piece is part of project developed in the neighborhood of La Teja, and coordinated by the architect Gustavo Marzoa. The transformation of the Rodolfo Rincón Square, which began as a process of relocation motivated by to the detection of high levels of lead in their population. 
Continue reading for more detailed images on this artwork and then check back with us soon for more mural updates from South America.

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