42 m tall mural, painted on the wall of a 14-storey building in Lesia Ukrainka Boulevard, 36b, may become the highest one in Europe and enter the Guinness Book of Records.
According to rbc.ua, the author of the work is Guido with works and materials having been paid by patrons.
According to the author, the Mural is devoted to the beauty of Ukrainian women and aims to become the highest one in Europe. The original patterns on embroidery are made of bricks.
As reported earlier, in July, Guido painted a mural dedicated to Lesia Ukrainka in a square in Reitarskaya St.
It’s planned to apply for the Guinness Book of Records. Photo: rbc.ua
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