The Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra pays tribute through his mural painting to two great men of humanity, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Mahatma Gandhi.
The work painted on the face of a building located on 10th Avenue corner with 18th Street, where It houses the Chelsea Square Market within the Chelsea neighborhood in New York City, it can be seen when touring the “High Line”, the linear park-garden on what were once the subways.
The work was completed in August 2018.
The artist Eduardo Kobra was born in 1976 in a suburb of Sao Paulo, Brazil. There he develops in street art and graffiti during the times when urban art was developing. As an adult he stands out for his photorealistic murals using the shapes of rectangles and triangles in bright multicolored.
In addition to his works in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janiero, Eduardo Kobra has also had murals in Moscow, Chicago, Minneapolis, Los Angeles and New York.