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Gustavo and Otávio Pandolfo are two of the most famous street artists in the world. They started painting in the '80s when cars had straight lines and hip-hop was old school. As with music, knowledge of Brazilian street culture originally came from the United States, but a few years later the artists not only developed their own style but also influenced Brazilian street art in general, becoming world stars. Their yellow characters are present in most of the twins' works and have long been their hallmark.

At Vulica 2015, they enveloped one of the walls of the Brazilian embassy in Minsk in the warm embrace of a yellow giant. At Vulica 2016, they participated in the painting of a retro tram and bombed on a Brazilian-Belarusian graffiti mural on the stadium wall of the Belarusian State University of Technology. At Vulica 2017, they painted a Minsk subway car. At Vulica 2019, OsGemeos created the mural “3 Friends” together with Brazilian artist and childhood buddy Speto.

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