A Portuguese street artist Bordalo Segundo creates assemblage art from trash found on the streets of Lisbon. Using old tyres, scrap metal, steering wheels and other car parts, he adds oil paint into the mix to create giant 3D animal portraits that add a striking splash of colour to the backstreets of the city. His murals are motivated by environmental concerns with an aim to breathe life back into deserted street corners and alleyways.
Arara Do Bosque De Telheiras
Arara Do Bosque De Telheiras (detail)