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The Recent Murals of Ella & Pitr

Ella & Pitr recently painted Europe's biggest mural, beating their own record set a few years back. The rooftop piece, at 25,000 square meters, has been dubbed the “largest grandmother in the world.” The duo was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

Ella & Pitr recently painted Europe’s biggest mural, beating their own record set a few years back. The rooftop piece, at 25,000 square meters, has been dubbed the “largest grandmother in the world.” The duo was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

The massive, elderly woman, visible from only the sky, follows the theme of the duo’s broader practice, offering giants across the globe: “We wanted to find something with a lot of contrast with the geographic site,” the duo told RFI, “so we wanted something very slow, very heavy, because we are in the part of the city where you can find people who are turning around only money and air.”

Find more of their work on the duo’s site.

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