Narcelio grud take on The Mara Hope in Brazil

 
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29 Aug

2015

By Narcelio Grud | Art-Pie

We always get impressed by large scale works and let’s face it, while Usain Bolt keeps running faster and faster than anyone else, street artists keep taking on bigger and bigger projects.

Narcelio Grud, a street artist from Brazil just did that. When we saw what he did, we immediately though about what a bunch of other street artists such as FinDac, Mr Zero and Fat Heat did to the Duke of Lancaster back in 2013.

What makes Narcelio’s work different and interesting is his abstract approach to this marvellous and colourful piece of art.

By Narcelio Grud | Art-Pie

For those who are lucky enough to live in Brazil, this piece is using the stranded ship Mara Hope located on Iracema Beach alongside the Brazilian city of Fortaleza.

By Narcelio Grud | Art-Pie

We are thrilled to relay Narcelio’s work on the site as we know he has been following us for a while.

The facts

  • 300 liters of water-based paint were needed
  • The Mara Hope wreckage, a former cargo ship has been stranded  for over 30 years

Well done mate.

First seen on Instagrafite

All photos  © Germano de Sousa

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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