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The new mural made by Brazilian Dinho Bento at BOON Hamilton Street Art in New Zealand depicts three species threatened with extinction in the Amazon. Together with Mother Nature (Pachamama), they look to an uncertain future and full of difficulties.>> read more
This mural made by Dinho Bento at the Loures Arte Public Festival in Portugal refers to the Rio Doce (Sweet River),>> read more
This new mural of the artist Dinho Bento was made in Mariana, Brazil. The artist who is inspired by elements of fauna and flora, this time highlights a Ornate Hawk-Eagle, a bird that is critically endangered in that region.>> read more
This fine new mural, titled “The Natives of the Forest” was created by artist Dinho Bento in the city of Ponte Nova located in the Zona da Mata region in Brazil.>> read more
The new wall by Dinho Bento illustrates endangered species in South America. The mural is located near the city of Ouro Preto. This region is one of the major mineral exploitation places in Brazil, which contributes to the disappearance of many species.>> read more
Brazilian muralist, Dinho Bento, recently created this inspiring massive wall. “The Farmers of Sugarcane”, was painted in the city of Ponte Nova – Brazil, in order to revitalize the historical city center, disfigured by large buildings in the last years.>> read more