Brazilian Artist Creates Graffiti For the Visually Impaired

In São Paulo, Brazil, a unique piece of street art offers a fresh tactile experience for the visually impaired to get to know, understand and connect with the art of hip hop. Using 3D-printed braille letters, blind or visually impaired people can touch and participate in an art form previously inaccessible to them. Yair Ben-Dor has the story.

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