Photos: OSGEMEOS mural on Granville Island takes shape

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      This month, twin artists Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, aka OSGEMEOS, are bringing their celebrated street style graffiti to Vancouver.

      As part of the Vancouver Biennale project, the pair are painting their biggest-ever public mural on a strip of concrete silos on Granville Island.

      Check out some photos of this amazing work-in-progress.

      Read our cover story on this dynamic duo: Brazil’s OSGEMEOS brings graffiti to Granville Island.

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      Amy

      Aug 23, 2014 at 6:09am

      It's about time. Vancouver gets fun so wrong sometimes they have to get a few Brazilians to show us how. Love this mural.

      david

      Aug 26, 2014 at 9:41am

      this is lipstick on a pig. I love the artwork, but this is whitewash on one of the city's worst contributors of poor air quality. I lived near Granville Island for four years and my deck was constantly covered in grey cement dust....this factory is a major health risk to the people of Vancouver and should be forced to leave the downtown core. No other city would allow a cement factory downtown..

      the artwork looks good, but its diverted a much needed debate about this cement factory existing in the centre of an urban area...close it down! We are all breathing cement dust into our lungs

      Applause

      Aug 28, 2014 at 3:11pm

      Yeeeeeeeees City of Vancouver thank you for putting in a little more effort to accepting street art! Now if we could just stop freaking out and fining building owners when there's a tiny tag on a building.