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Morocco: Italian artist Creates largest North African mural in Morocco

The giant art work, All which is a mural of two people communicating across borders, stretches across the floor of Moulay Hassan – the main city square of Essaouira, a coastal town in Morocco.

Italian artist, Giacomo Bufarini has Transformed the main city square of a town in Morocco with a 6,400-square-meter mural.

The giant art work, All which is a mural of two people communicating across borders, stretches across the floor ofMoulay Hassan – the main city square of Essaouira , a coastal town in Morocco.

According to Huffington Post , the work Took a week to complete and therefore required the help of 10 of local students.

The mural which created as part of the sixth Marrakech Biennale whichwill take place from February 24 to May. 8

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The London-based Bufarini has painted large-scale murals in various cities in countries like China, Italy and Senegal and is known for his striking Compositions, lively colors and attention to detail.

He uses his art as a playful Means of communication, painting characters with minimal features That Could Easily speak to people from various backgrounds.

Bufarini, also known as RUN , is among a group of globally renowned street artists invited to participate in a parallel project dubbed ” MB6 Street Art ” which will be open from February 24 through the official end of the Biennale.

Check out photos of the giant mural above.

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