A Boeing 737 airliner that will transport the Brazilian national soccer team for the 2014 World Cup was recently spray painted with giant street art mural by twin brothers Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo of Brazilian art duo Os Gêmeos. The jet, which is operated by Brazilian airline GOL, is covered from nose to tail in the Pandolfo brothers’ whimsical characters. The painting process took a week and required 1,200 cans of spray paint. The 737 will keep its Os Gêmeos paint job for two years.

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via UOLThe World’s Best Ever