This Artist Creates Incredible Street Art That Will Leave You Speechless



Eduardo Kobra is a Brazilian graffiti fanatic who is bringing his gift to the world by painting incredible murals of historical figures and celebrities that inspire people in cities across the globe. Although some people don't think of graffiti as artwork, they might change their minds after experiencing Kobra's incredibly detailed and colorful gallery. Let's take a look at how Kobra is changing the way the world looks at street art in urban landscapes.




Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain

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via Instagram / @kobratstreetart

This mural expertly captures Kurt Cobain's ability to craft dark and beautifully distorted melodies and Jim Morrison's gift for doing the same with lyrics.


Accordion performer

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

This blend of black and white with vibrant colors creates a wonderful sense of Kobra bringing the art of the past into the twenty-first century.


Yoda protesting

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

Anyone who thinks that science fiction doesn't have anything to say needs to give their head a shake. The theme of Star Wars is one of non-violence!


It's for the love of the art

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

Kobra's murals are beginning to catch the attention of the media. You can follow him on Instagram to catch his new work that's featured around the globe.


This ballerina portrait will paint a smile on anyone's face

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

This mural showcases the fact that Kobra also has a sensitive side and can capture the essence of anyone — not just celebrities.


Albert Einstein

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

Albert never looked happier than he does here! Aesthetically, he looks like the visual equivalent to a Beatles song in this mural.


Lincoln looking larger than life

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart


This mural fights for freedom of expression

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart

Anyone who thinks graffiti isn't real art should take a second look at Kobra's style. He elevates street art to an unparalleled level with an individualist artistic flare you can't find anywhere else.


Wheels of steel

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart


Bob Dylan throughout the ages

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart


Salvador Dali

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This portrait has this man looking to the future

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via Instagram / @kobratstreetart


Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G.

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart


Ballerina

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via Instagram / @kobrastreet


The thinking man

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart


Rainbow Skull

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via Instagram / @kobrastreetart