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Os Gemeos Graffiti Show – First Pics!

Lisbon-based street artist and blogger Target is maybe the biggest agitator of the current graffiti art exhibition by worldwide popular graffiti artists Os Gemeos. He recently visited the show and took some photos:

I got there quite late as it was less than an hour to close, and between meet and greets and taking some pics, the actual art visualisation got lost in the time. I can without a doubt asure you I’ll be back for a more relaxed view of the show, since there’s always so many details going on, it’s impossible to find every line they draw on a single hour. (by Target)

With its large number of different spray-paintings, wood installations and that great many people visiting the opening, the Os Gemeos art show seems to be very successful and interesting not only for graffiti-lovers! But who would have doubted it?

For more photos and info, visit stick2target.com. By the way, I like that chairs sticking at the wall! They are crazy, aren’t they?

Os Gemeos Graffiti Show   First Pics!
Os Gemeos Graffiti Show   First Pics!
Os Gemeos Graffiti Show   First Pics!

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