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Disney Springs Art Walk Celebrates Hispanic and Latin American Heritage This Month and Beyond

Darrell Fry

by , Sports Media Director, Walt Disney World Resort

Known as a Canvas of Expression, the Disney Springs Art Walk continues to vibrantly grow, flourishing with murals from talented artists from near and far. This month is no exception. Two new artists have brought their vibrant and meaningful creations to the Art Walk.

Disney Springs Art Walk artist painting

Inspired by their strong Hispanic roots and just in time for Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month, artists Leo Gómez and Don Rimx boldly expressed pride for their culture, telling unique stories with their Art Walk pieces. Check out the video below to go behind the scenes and learn about the inspiration for their art.

And the celebration of Hispanic and Latin American culture doesn’t stop there. I am elated to announce that world-famous Brazilian street artist, Eduardo Kobra, will be one of the next artists to display his work at the Disney Springs Art Walk.

Disney Springs Art Walk artist on ladder

With over 3,000 murals spanning over five continents, Kobra has a distinguished style with unique techniques involving airbrush and spray paint. His newest piece will be a Disney-inspired creation that like other Art Walk murals, will be a must-see for Walt Disney World Resort guests.

Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for more exciting details on Kobra’s upcoming creation, and in the meantime, we can’t wait to see you out at the Disney Springs Art Walk!

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