Murals Unify the People of Porto Alegre, Brazil

By - Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Graffiti artists Deivid Bizer & Jackson Brum paint some really clean community art style murals in Porto Alergre, Brazil. The murals are about unifying the educational placement of the youth. Vestibular, is a test for school placement. For those who come from poor schools with average and poor education, the tests are said to be impossible, leaving them with little options for the future. The murals are bright, upbeat, and stay away from complicated lettering, making it a really great use of spreading the voice of the underprivileged to the everyday people. Text: sheacote

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