Transit Tuesday: Airplane Transformed into a Work of Art by OSGEMEOS

By - Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014



Words: Carla Arakaki

Photography: Carla Arakaki + UOL

A big yellow plane used as a canvas. That was the most recent challenge for Os Gêmeos, who already have in their curriculum trains, buildings and a whole castle.

One week and 1,200 spray paints later, the Boeing 737-800 was covered by a lot of different faces in that unmistakable style, representing the ethnic variety of Brazilian people. The duo were comissioned to paint the Brazilian national team’s airplane for the World Cup from Gol Intelligent Airlines and it will be on the skies for two more years after World Cup, giving the Brazilian population access to a kind of art that they are not that used to.

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