French artists Ella & Pitr have created a mammoth, 21,000-square-metre street art mural titled 'Lilith & Olaf' close by to Stavanger airport in Norway. The impressive new artwork is spread across the roof of the Block Berge Bygg building, and shows a woman curled up with a figurine of King Olaf I, who ruled Norway from 995 – 1000 A.D.

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King Olaf I was said to have been born in Frøylandsvatnet, which is a stone's throw from the new mural. 'Lilith & Olaf' by Ella & Pitr officially opens on September 4 as part of the 2015 Nuart Festival. Take a look at the beautiful new art piece via the gallery below now.

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