French artists Ella & Pitr have completed the world’s largest mural in Norway as part of the NuArt street art festival that opened last weekend.
“Lilith and Olaf”, which measures 21,000 square meters (225,000 square feet), appears to depict a crunching girl with red toe nails accompanied by a much smaller figure. The mural was painted on the rooftops of Norwegian industrial buildings.
The artists are known for fun painting large-scale murals with an emphasis on making them fun in public places across the world.
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