André Muniz Gonzaga Creates Increadible Artworks in Bizarre Plac

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: Oct 19, 2012 • References: flickr & laughingsquid
Incredible Piccasso-esque artworks have surfaced from Brazil, created by street artist André Muniz Gonzaga. Gonzaga has some serious talent when it comes to graffiti and does it in a very distinctive way. He creates surreal pieces of street art that are good enough to be put in galleries across the world.

Gonzage transforms random surfaces he finds outside into abstract and quirky characters and faces. According to the Laughing Squid, he scopes out, "rundown areas that contain deformations, stains, mold or cracks in the environment." Gonzaga describes his works as "bizzare passion," however they're far from bizarre and more along the lines of magnificent.

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