These incredible murals came with nothing more but the description "Brazilian Graffiti," but that doesn't make them any less awe inspiring. Whereas most people would look at the rubble as a form of aesthetic disturbance or allow it to put a damper on their daily walks, the artists behind these works used the demolished buildings as a source of inspiration, using the rubble as a canvas to create some of the most unique pieces of street art I've seen.
This is just another reminder that there truly is beauty in everything, if we choose to see it.
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