Back in February, Price Tags gave a teaser for a contest in Copenhagen to transform “a very long, very dull and very grey wall in Copenhagen (too typical of the Orestad development, unfortunately) into the longest piece of street art in Danish history.”



Here is the winner:


From Atlantic Cities:

The eye-tricking artwork, called “In/between,” is the “longest piece of street art in the world executed by a single artist,” according to the creative group that helped commission it, Artrebels.

Spanish mural maker Hyuro was responsible for planning and painting the wall – it’s just the latest in her series of gray-scale dreamscapes that she’s splashed onto public spaces in Mexico, Norway, Atlanta, Georgia, and elsewhere.