Work gets started on giant Bob Dylan mural
Work began Thursday on a giant mural of Bob Dylan planned for downtown Minneapolis by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra and his team.
Work began Thursday on a giant mural of Bob Dylan planned for downtown Minneapolis.
Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra has a team of five artists on the job, three from Brazil and two from Minnesota.
The 60-foot tall, 150-wide portrait of the Minnesota native will fill a whitewashed wall at the corner of 5th Street and Hennepin Avenue S.
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