Eduardo Kobra: from São Paulo, Brazil to NYC’s Chelsea.
Noted São Paulo muralist Eduardo Kobra has been the talk of the town here as he has been transforming Chelsea’s visual landscape. Characterized by an impressive range of depth and realism, Kobra’s brightly hued murals pay homage to NYC’s history.
As viewed from the High Line, this piece was inspired by Alfred Eisenstaedt’s iconic photo, V-J Day in Times Square:
And on street level Kobra has been busy recreating scenes of vintage NYC:
Painting by Little Annie at Eleven.
Commissioned street-art painting by “Little Annie” Bandez in the art space at Eleven vintage clothing shop at 11 Prince Street in Nolita, in downtown New York City.