Eduardo Kobra Pays Tribute to Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" in His Latest Mural

Eduardo Kobra Pays Tribute to Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" in His Latest MuralImage via Street Art News

Although Brazil-based artist Eduardo Kobra has been busy establishing himself all over the world with his massive rainbow-colored murals, he recently returned to his home country, where he's just wrapped up another photorealistic piece in Sao Paolo.

While the last few paintings we've seen from Kobra have been of famous figures like Albert Einstein, architect Oscar Niemeyer, and even former United States presidents, his latest mural pays homage to a famous work of art. Located in the east side of Sao Paolo, Kobra has recreated Auguste Rodin's iconic sculpture The Thinker, except the muralist has rendered his rendition of the pensive statue in a colorful checkered pattern, against a burst of vibrant hues. Needless to say, the finished product is a sight to behold.

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