Brilliant mural in Bahrain slowly erodes over time

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, behind these amazing landscape faces, also did a hugely expressive face portrait mural in Manama, Bahrain (Yousif Manama Bahrain) as part of the Alwan 338 festival last year. Based on one of a few hundred of traditional Bahrain fisherman who exist today, the mural is meant to be temporal, succumbing to the erosive shifts of wind and rain over time.

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