Eduardo Kobra was born on January 1, 1976 in São Paulo, Brazil. He was influenced by both modern-day and contemporary artists all around the world. In the early 2000’s Kobra produced his Memory Walls job.
His profession has continued as he is still a practicing artist, painting in various nations around the world. In 2016 Kobra painted the then-largest mural titled Ethnic Groups, which celebrated the. Kobra has worked for a variety of large organizations and public figures, such as. Title Location Year Raoni Portugal 2017 Dali Murcia, Spain 2017 La Familia Monet Boulogne Sur Mer, France 2017 Madela Malawi 2017 Riches of St.
The continuously progressing kaleidoscope that is Eduardo Kobra’s art is something keeping in mind. Brazilian artist deviating from significant figures, Eduardo has also stayed true to the everyday human topic, maintaining his vibrant color usage to bring these individuals to light in his works. Within the same vein, his use of black and white images are breathtaking when placed against his vibrant checkered backgrounds.
Not occasionally, the core message of Kobra’s street art is the fight against pollution, global warming, destruction of forests, and war.