Artist Russ Mills creates these astonishing images using a wide variety of traditional methods including painting and drawing with ink and pencil, but also utilizing scanned textures including splotches of paint (or “painting disasters” as he calls them) as well as photography. The resulting paintings are sparse in color but seem to contain explosive amounts of energy as displayed in the rough brushes of paint and the almost perfectly manic pencil strokes.
Vhils doesn’t just apply his street art on top of walls but actually carves into them creating a permanent site specific image that is ingrained onto the surface of the buildings. Becoming one with the pre-existing architecture Vhils chips, scratches, and cuts away at the walls revealing images that were there all along but that no one could see.
Alexandre Farto aka vhils is a Portuguese creative street artist who does variety of modern art by scratching the surface of the walls, billboards, Metals, paper, and woods.
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Au Vieux Panier is a French hotel that annually sets aside five rooms to be re-conceptualized by artists and designers. One of the artists they commissioned is the internationally acclaimed graffiti artist Tilt. Entitled “Panic Room” half the hotel room is clean, white, and spotless while the other half is crammed full of layers of loud graffiti. The demarcation between the pristine and the painted is so sharp, you’d think it was Photoshopped.
Sponge Bob street art... I found this very funny for some reason.
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