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    • Haren Arul

      Portuguese artist, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils takes street art to a deeper level with his deconstructed street portraits. He creates striking multi-textural faces in decaying brick walls by meticulously chipping away at the wall’s weathered layers. Vhils brilliant work ranges from paper, wood, metal and billboards and can be seen in galleries and streets around the world. #art #streetart


      VHILS – VESTIGES #Vhils #Paris #MagdaDanyszGallery #exhibition #contemporary #urbanart

    • William

      Mind-Blowing Deconstructed Wall Art from Alexandre Farto aka Vhils

    • Gualter

      Street archaeology meets experimental destruction. Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is a Portuguese graffiti/street artist who lives and works in London and Lisbon. This kid is a gem. His expertise is destroying things to make them beautiful. He truly is a creative soul. I wish you the very best Vhils, you’re one of my favorite street artists in the world.

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