Os Gemeos Paint the Brazilian National Team’s Plane

Os Gemeos Paint the Brazilian National Team’s Plane

The Pandolfo brothers, better known as OS Gemeos, have taken to a new kind of canvas for their latest creation. The Brazilian-born identical twins and street artists were presented with the opportunity to do something special for their country’s national team: they used 1,200 spray cans to do it.

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The brothers-in-cans linked up with the folks at Montana World to paint the Boeing 737 that will be transporting the Brazilian national team during this year’s World Cup tournament.

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Implementing their trademark characters, the entire plane— top to bottom, panel to rivet— is covered in vibrant tones that exude the energy of the people, favelas, and culture of Brazil.

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Word on the street is it only took the guys one week to complete the job. Hit up the video player up top to get a better view of the entire plane, which will be included in Brazil’s regular Boeing fleet once the tournament comes to an end. The Os Gemeos brothers will also have a show in Brazil at Sao Paulo’s Galpão Fortes Vilaça June 29.

[h/t Juxtapoz, Montana, TWBE, UOL Copa]