A Young Owl! Trash Art by BORDALO II. The colourful side represents new questions, ideas and solutions

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    Street Artist BORDALO II

    By trash artist BORDALO II at Colegio das Artes, Universidade de Coimbra in Coimbra, Portugal.

    BORDALO II: A Young Owl, stretching her legs, trying to reach her goals. The piece is divided: a more classic, conservative side, that’s holding on to the old walls; and another side, more directed to the future.

    This colourful side represents where new questions and new ideas rise, new solutions and interpretations of the Present, so that everything works better in the future. Spaces for knowledge, education and culture as the basis for an evolved and democratic society.

    The younger ones are the hope that in the future better choices and decisions take place – History has taught us. This is why it’s an honour to have the opportunity to have an artwork in a place with such surroundings.

    More by BORDALO II on Street Art Utopia.

    Photo by Coimbra Explore
    Photo by Coimbra Explore


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