FESTIVAL IMINENTE LONDON 2018

This October, Festival Iminente returns to London, once again invading The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane. During 19-20-21 October the festival of explosive and experimental Portuguese and international art and music will bring the soul of Lisbon to the heart of London. Curated by Portuguese artist Vhils and Lisbon’s Underdogs Gallery, Festival Iminente not

Vhils x Amnesty International In Lisbon

Vhils recently finished his latest mural in his hometown of Lisbon, created for the 2018 edition of the Iminente festival he founded two years ago. As a result of his collaboration with Amnesty International, the mural is aiming to channel the festival’s popularity to raise awareness about the unsolved brutal killing of Brazilian human rights

Vhils’ Orangutan in Indonesia for Splash and Burn

Vhils recently spent some time in Indonesia where he was invited by the Splash and Burn project which highlights critical ecological issues in South-East asia. The world is not taking the time to consider how to move forward, there is no effort to reflect on the real impact of decisions. For this project what I

Broken Fingaz x U2

One week ago, Haifa’s Broken Fingaz Crew got a call from Universal, saying U2 wanted them to create an animated video of the lyrics for their new song ‘American Soul’, with an intro by Kendrick Lamar. 7 days later, they made this stop-motion film, filmed in Haifa, London and Rajasthan… It’s a pretty solid effort for

Street artists paint the walls of the new Miami Dolphins stadium

Over the last 10 months the newly formed curatorial company, Goldman Global Arts, has been working side by side with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins to place artwork, specifically murals, inside their completely refurbished Hard Rock Stadium. The project began with Case Maclaim, Pose, and The London Police painting around the time of Art Basel last

Several new pieces by Vhils in Hong-Kong

While he spent the last few weeks in Hong-Kong preparing for his solo exhibition “Debris”, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils just unveiled a series of new street pieces. Featuring his signature technique of cutting through multiple layers of posters to create images, the Portuguese artist brought a new life to the walls of Hong-Kong with these

Vhils newest portrait in Hong-Kong

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

Unexpected ’15: Vhils unveils a new mural in Fort Smith, Arkansas

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.