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    L.A.'s Giant Mount Rushmore Street Mural - by Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra

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    In honor of America's Independence day, Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra made his way to Los Angeles and painted this beautiful mural of Mount Rushmore on La Brea Avenue. Kobra thrusts four U.S. presidents - George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt - into the spotlight and gives them a stunning background using his trademark spectrum of colors.

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    #EduardoKobra in Los Angeles #StreetArt - www.northparkecodistrict.com

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    Eduardo Kobra made his way to Los Angeles and painted this beautiful mural of Mount Rushmore on La Brea Avenue #art #streetart #mountrushmore #rushmore

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