Coronavirus-inspired street art

The COVID-19 pandemic is now the most discussed problem among almost all. Even street artists couldn't resist the temptation to get on board and portray the pandemic in cities around the world.

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Coronavirus-inspired street art

1. A 16-year-old Greek artist paints with an aerosol can on the roof of his apartment building in Athens.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

2. Graffiti depicting the character of Gollum from the movie "The Lord of the Rings" holding a roll of toilet paper and saying "My darling", in the public park Mauerpark in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin, Germany.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

3. Baby Yoda from the TV series wearing a mask and the inscription "Wear a mask like baby Yoda" to remind the population to take action against the coronavirus, Guatemala.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

4. Graffiti by a street artist on a wall at Bank Street in Glasgow, Scotland.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

5. A man rides a bicycle near a fresco with the inscription "Fight" at the construction site of the new building of the Novomoskovsk multifunctional medical center for patients with suspected coronavirus infection COVID-19 in Moscow.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

6. A woman walking past graffiti with coronavirus in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

7.Coronavirus-inspired graffiti can be seen in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

8. A mural depicting a masked health worker, a Belgian street artist CAZ, with a hashtag in Dutch with the words "thank you" in Wetteren, Belgium

Coronavirus-inspired street art

9. Member of the Senegalese graffiti group RBS CREW, who paints informational murals with tips on how to stop the spread of the coronavirus on the wall of a high school in Dakar, Senegal.

Coronavirus-inspired street art

10. Graffiti titled "Mobile World Virus" depicting "La Gioconda", with a mobile phone and a medical mask, by the urban artist TVBoy, near Sant Jaume Square in Barcelona, Spain.

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