“Trash Puppy” a new street installation by Bordalo II in Lisbon, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II is currently back in Lisbon, Portugal where he just spent a few days working on a brand new street installation.Entitled “Trash Puppy”, the Portuguese artist once again utilized his skills to create a stunning sculpture entirely built of trash and found materials then spray painted to match the puppy’s color. Genial

“Salamander”, an installation by Bordalo II in Agueda, Portugal

While we last heard from him in London, our friend Bordalo II is now back in Portugal where he just finished another impressive installation on the streets of Agueda.In town for AgitÁgueda curated by Mistaker Maker, the Portuguese artist once again used trash and found materials to build one of his lovely creatures. The result is

Bordalo II unveils “Yellow Frog”, a new installation in Baku, Azerbaijan

Our friend Bordalo II is currently in Azerbaijan where he was invited to visit the city of Baku for the Trash to Trash Festival.The Portuguese artist brought to life “Yellow Frog”, a brand new street installation that was built entirely using trash and found materials. Recycling at its best!Hit the jump for a few extra

Bordalo II builds a new street installation in Carballo, Spain

The Rexenera Street Art Festival is currently taking place on the streets of Carballo in Spain where our buddy Bordalo II was invited to create one of his magical installations.The Portuguese artist brought to life a giant yellow and green caterpillar which is taking advantage of the location unusual architecture. As usual with Bordalo II,

Bordalo II builds “Peixes d´Alcantara”, its newest installation in Lisbon, Portugal

While you discovered his latest installation a few days ago, Bordalo II is already back on the streets of Lisbon in Portugal with a brand new street piece.Entitled “Peixes d´Alcantara”, the Portuguese artist brought to life a series of big-eyed fish which were built using found materials and trash. A beautiful metaphor considering the level

Bordalo II creates “Big Racoon”, a stunning street installation in Belem, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II is currently in Belem, the south-westernmost civil parish of the municipality of Lisbon where he just finished working on an impressive installation Centro Cultural de Belém.Part of his current solo exhibition “Pânico, Drama, Terror” at Arte Periférica, the Portuguese artist spent a few days to build this mind-boggling installation which is

Bordalo II creates a new installation for the Estarreja Birdwatching Fair in Portugal

Our buddy Bordalo II was recently invited for the Estarreja Birdwatching Fair in Portugal where he worked on a brand new street installation for the local passerby to enjoy.The highly talented Portuguese urban artist spent a bunch of hours working and building this mind-boggling installation which is composed of found materials and random trash. Simply

Bordalo II reveals “Froehlicher Tucan”, his new street installation in Berlin, Germany

While we last heard from him earlier this month with “Grabbit”, Bordalo II is now in Northern Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece.Working at Urban Spree in Berlin, Germany, the talented Portuguese artist gathered local trash and found materials to build yet another unique and highly creative piece. Entitled “Froehlicher

Bordalo II unveils “Grabb It”, a new street installation in Lisbon, Portugal

Bordalo II spent the last few days working on a brand new piece which is featuring an oversized rabbit built using trash and found materials.Entitled “Grabb It”, the Portuguese artist quickly worked his way through this massive installation which is once again making use of his unusual but awesome technique.Continue reading for more detailed images

Bordalo II creates “Grey Heron”, his new street installation in Loures, Portugal

While we last heard from him a few days ago in Covilhã with his fantastic owl, Bordalo II is now in Loures, Portugal where he just finished working on a brand new street installation.The Portuguese street artist spent a few days working at “O Bairro i o Mundo” to build this fantastic grey heron which

Bordalo II creates “Owl Eyes”, a new street installation in Covilhã, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II recently stopped by the lovely city of Covilhã in Portugal where he was invited to work on a new installation for the excellent WOOL Festival.Entitled “Owl Eyes”, the talented Portuguese artist spent over a week building this mind-boggling installation which is composed of found materials and trash. Simply genius!As usual, a bunch of

Bordalo II unveils “Dirty Aquarium”, a new installation in Lisbon, Portugal

Bordalo II just finished working on another surreal indoor installation somewhere in his hometown of  Lisbon, Portugal.Entitled “Dirty Aquarium”, the Portuguese artist created a fantastic piece made of trash and recycled materials that he salvaged in the streets. This piece is another fine example showing what one can do with discarded items. An ode to recycling.Hit

Bordalo II New Installations – Lisbon, Portugal

After his Space Grasshopper a few days ago, Bordalo Segundo just wrapped up a series of new street installations on the streets of his hometown in Lisbon, Portugal.Part of his “Big Trash Animals´s collection”, the Portuguese artist dropped these two highly creative pieces showing some “Dirty Ducks” and a “Beeg Bee”. These pieces were made

Bordalo II “Bordaleta” New Installation – Lisbon, Portugal

The unstoppable Bordalo II is once again back on the streets of his hometown, Lisbon in Portugal with a brand new installation entitled “Bordaleta”.Using trash and found objects from the streets of Lisbon, the Portuguese artist cleverly build these beautiful installations with our everyday garbage.Hit the jump for a closer view of this butterfly and

Bordalo II “Space Grasshopper” New Installation – Lisbon, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II just wrapped up this sick new installation entitled “Space Grasshopper” somewhere on the streets of his hometown, Lisbon in Portugal.As usual with the talented Portuguese artist, his clever use of trash and found objects combined with the vibrant colours of this grasshopper is simply stunning.Continue reading for more images on this