Brazil's Plane for the 2014 FIFA World Cup

The Brazilian national football team will use a specially designed air plane to travel during the FIFA World Cup 2014. Brazilian graffiti artist twins Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo (known as Os Gêmeos, Portuguese for “The Twins”) were asked to paint the Boeing 737 that will be used to transport the Brazilian national team from city to city during the upcoming FIFA World Cup starting June 12.

They responded with a brilliant design that was an ode to the people of Brazil. Their signature style, which often features canary yellow–skinned characters, can very well be seen in the design they have painted on the plane that will be Brazil’s mode of transfer in the World Cup.

According to Design Boom, “Dozens of portraits, meant to represent the people of the Brazilian culture, are rendered in artists’ signature style: elongated faces, quirky outfits, colorful skin and animated expressions.

It took more than a week to paint and required 1,200 cans of spray paint. The result is quite something. Here are some of the photos of the Brazil’s Plane for the 2014 FIFA World Cup .

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