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Os Gêmeos Designs Brazil's Airplane for the World Cup

To commend the energy of the approaching 2014 World Cup, indistinguishable twin siblings and graffiti specialists Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, otherwise known as Os Gêmeos, as of late wrapped up the outside of Brazil national team's airplane. The soccer group will move on board the versatile centerpiece and go around the nation in style this summer of year as Brazil hosts the annual competition.

The siblings took only one week and utilized 1,200 splash paint jars to finish the accumulation of pictures along the surface of the aircraft's body while the wings were painted a strong light gray for safety reasons. The soccer fans—proposed to speak to the populace of Brazil—are packed together to support their group in a fantastic display of the nation's enthusiasm for the game. 

Os Gêmeos clarifies that its "a plane changed into a gem to transport the Brazilian individuals and the Brazilian national soccer group, putting craft in individuals' lives and taking our characters to the clouds." 

The undertaking was finished in a joint effort with Gol/9ine, who will keep on Boeing the Boeing 737 for two years once the World Cup is over.

Os Gemeos Brazil Airplane

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