This Graffiti Artist Makes Walls Appear Transparent Using Spray Paint Only

Usually, street artists have a reputation for disrupting the environment and catching passersby attention at the same time. Most of the artists try to convey certain messages that no one can ignore this way. There are no limits to their canvas, so they are free to express openly whatever that’s on their mind. They are all called street artists. However, each one of them has their own style that makes them stand out from the rest. The 34-year-old Portuguese artist, Vile, for example, has a raw talent for carving his name into walls with a spray paint can only.

The Portuguese artist, whose real name is Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes, currently lives in Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. He discovered graffiti as a passion of his when he was only 14 years old. Then, he became a more skilled graffiti and mural painting artist when he finished his studies in Cartoon & Animation Films and Drawing and Illustration. At the same time, he polished his skills in techniques such as watercolor, oil, charcoal, digital drawing, and tattooing that would better shape him as an artist. Now, his talent is internationally appreciated by many valuable brands such as OPEL, TMN, Worten, and the Portuguese Red Cross

Vile’s street art is indeed unique. His detailed art pieces hardly allow anyone to walk past it without looking twice.

Take a look at the pictures below to see some of Vile’s outstanding works.

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Artist Makes Walls Appear Transparent





Artist Makes Walls Appear Transparent







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