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Chiseled street art Street artist Vhils chipped away three portraits in Shanghai.

Portuguese street artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, who makes his portraits by carving into bare walls of old buildings.

Portuguese street artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, who makes his portraits by carving into bare walls of old buildings.

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untitled, italy by portuguese artist alexandre farto AKA vhils

José Afonso. El nuevo mural de Vhils en Portugal

Artist :Vhils, portrait of José Afonso Seixal, Portugal - April 2014

“Tammam Azzam was born in Damascus in 1980. His work ‘Freedom Graffiti (2013),’ which overlays Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss on a photograph of an aged, bullet-torn building in Syria, went viral on social media earlier this year. The work is part of a larger series titled ‘The Syrian Museum,’ which superimposes and juxtaposes various seminal western artworks over scenes in present-day Syria.” —Seismopolite.

Syrian artist Tammam Azzam has Photoshopped Gustav Klimts painting The Kiss against a war-ravaged Syrian building. credit: Freedom Graffiti by Tammam Azzam, 112 x Archival Print on Cotton Paper Edition of Courtery of the artist and Ayyam Gallery

Alexandre Farto "Vhilis" carved into wall

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.

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And What Remains is Art. Artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, Scratches The Surface.

vihls-viva by bcbpandora on Flickr.

vihls-viva by bcbpandora on Flickr.

Scratching the Surface Street Art by Vhils

Scratching the Surface Street Art by Vhils

Street artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, doesn't simply paint or graffiti over stencils. The Portuguese artist breaks away at the side of buildings using

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