The Wilds of Panama City by ROA.

ROA-Panama-City-Street-Art-1The streets of Panama City are now crawling with exotic birds, iguanas, lemurs and other creatures measuring up to three stories in height after a visit from famed Belgian street artist ROA.
Following his exhibition in Brussels, ROA made his way to the Latin American nation to work on new mass-scale pieces in his signature monochromatic style, set against broad stripes of color on stained, peeling urban surfaces.
Animal are ROA’s favorite subject, and the artist often chooses species that are native to the areas in which he’s working.
This faunal imagery contrasts with the stark concrete and asphalt spaces of the city, bringing in a connection to nature as well as some spectacular art that people from all walks of life can enjoy as they go about their daily routines.
via The Wilds of Panama City: New Street Art Animals by ROA | Urbanist.

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