Brazilian street artist Diego Dedablio recently finished a new mural in the interior of São Paulo, at the Conservatory of Music in Tatuí.
Diego Dedablio started painting at the age of 15 in the streets of his hometown, Tatuí, São Paulo state. The artist’s work is strongly influenced by Afro-Brazilian folk culture, a flurry of colors, ethnic motifs similar to cave painting.
In his works and materials, Diego combines tradition with everyday globalization, subordinating colors and lines to musical metrics, composing with visual notes. His murals adorn the walls of Amsterdam, São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Take a look below for more photos of the mural.
Source: StreetArt - streetartnews.net