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Tallest Mural Worldwide?!

Worldwide well-known Spanish mural artist Sam3 recently painted a 15-story-tall mural during the Living Walls street art conference in the city of Atlanta and as my friend RJ already mentioned it’s probably the tallest mural worldwide…

Yes, there are murals and even illegal graffiti that cover more square-footage, but in terms of height, this 15-story-tall mural has everything I can think of beat. (RJ)

Because I agree with him (I can’t remember any higher wall painting), I would like to help him figuring out whether this new Sam3 wall is really the tallest mural by forwarding his request also to you: Let me know in the comments (here or on Vandalog) if you know of a taller one!

Tallest Mural Worldwide?!

Photo taken by nickmickolas.

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  1. This one by M-city in Gdansk is “only” 12 storeys high, but definitely more detailed:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kalevkevad/5808157977/

  2. This is actually the record Guinness holder for the tallest mural

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