Deconstructive Art

March 17, 2012 § 13 Comments

There’s graffiti and then there’s Wall Art. Alexandre Farto (aka VHILS) is most definitely an artist of walls. His technique: part archeology, part graphic artistry, part stonemasonry. His toolbox: pneumatic drills, chisels and hammers. He carves into walls, revealing layers of brick, concrete and plaster. Brilliant. Beautiful.

Next time you see some graffiti in your city, take a closer look. You may find a true artist with a clear voice and a novel process in delivering that message. Click here for more…

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