Our friends from solidARTy.org project started a new year with a fresh batch of rare artworks that are being auctioned on their website. With 100% of their proceeds going towards the refugee efforts in Eastern Europe, it’s good to see this project getting so big and offering some exceptional pieces. After the first batch that
Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is spending some time in Asia where he’s currently working on several new interesting projects in Hong-Kong. Breaking away from the studio work, the Portuguese street artist and his crew created this beautiful portrait of a young Asian lady in the city’s center. Using his signature technique of chipping away from
After ROA, Vhils is the second artist to complete his mural in Downtown Fort Smith for the first edition of the excellent Unexpected Street Art Festival which is curated by JustKids.In town with his team, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils used his unique excavating process of chipping away at the wall to create this striking portrait.
Vhils and his crew are also in Fort Smith, Arkansas where they’ve been working on a new piece for the first edition of the Unexpected Street Art Festival.The popular Portuguese street artist sketched out the portrait of an old indian woman which is now being turned into one of his signature chiseled artworks. This should
Vhils is back in Portugal where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of Loures, a city in the central Portuguese Grande Lisboa Subregion.This collective piece was realized with the participation of the community from its conception to its end creation. The artwork features several collage elements and some signature
Invader is now in Africa where they just landed in Tanzania to work on an unknown project alongside with Vhils.Struggling to find spots in the bush, the French street artist finally managed to find some locations to host his newly created African-themed invasions. Invader also collaborated with Vhils on a quick “Street Piece”. While this
Our friend Alexandre Farto aka Vhils recently made a quick stop by California where he spent a few days working on two new pieces somewhere on the streets of Los Angeles.In town with the good lads from Lebasse Projects, the Portuguese street artist quickly worked his way through two of his signature portraits. Beautiful as
Portuguese street artist Vhils is part of this year’s lineup of Urban Forms which is currently taking place on the streets of Lodz in Poland.Vhils once again used his distinctive and rather unique technique of chipping away at the wall to create this striking urban portrait which you will be able to find on Kopernika and
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