The Walk & Talk Festival Features Vhils Amazing Works

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: Aug 12, 2012 • References: facebook & mymodernmet
These beautifully hand-carved works at the Walk & Talk Festival features Vhils amazing motherhood murals. Vhils is a Portuguese artist who took part in this festival alongside 30 others who contributed to the event as well.

His works are handcrafted using drills and other tools to create the surreal images. Vhils is known to do portraits, which he creates on any building that he can get his hands on. What makes his works so distinctive is the use of cradling hands; this motherhood rendition makes it seem as if the building is the baby -- it gives a still objects life.

His works are a form of graffiti, and do a great job at incorporating the natural surroundings. Stats for Carved Motherhood Murals Trending: Older & Chilly
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