Kobra Street Art Murals in New York City

Eduardo Kobra Murals in NYC

 

The motivation, inspiration and cohesive collection of artwork produced by Eduardo Kobra and his team in NYC over the last few months has dealt with the subject of World Peace. As mentioned in the 1st of this series, Kobra intends to paint 28-30 murals in NYC, and we are waiting to see what he will do next.

The next 3 completed murals in this series include: Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi portraits facing each other, The Statue of Liberty with a sombrero, and the recreation of a photograph of a kneeling 9/11 firefighter.

These colorful murals are all located in Manhattan neighborhoods: Chelsea, SoHo and Upper East Side. There is another mural being completed in Brooklyn, but still has finishing touches to go! The anniversary of 9/11 became a priority. Check back with Sold Magazine for the next installment of Kobra murals across the Hudson River.

 

 

Locations:

“Mother Teresa” – W 18th Street and 10th Avenue, Chelsea

“Statue of Liberty with sombrero” – the intersection of Thompson and Watts, SoHo

“9/11 firefighter” – 780 3rd Avenue (49th Street), Upper East Side

“Club 27” – Rivington St, Manhattan

“Ellis – Inmigrants” – City-As-School, West Village

“Stop Wars” – Christopher St, Manhattan

“Albert Einstein, genius bike ride” – 780 Third Avenue

“Michael Jackson, 60 years” – at the corner of East 11th St. and 1st Avenue

 

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