This is the companion piece to Graffiti Artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils’ portraiture of Jack Mundey in New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. One can clearly see the staircase separating the front part of the work and the back wall, which together, seen from the front, create the Portrait.

Vhils creates his art by removing parts of original surfaces with various techniques that, when finished, leave the portrait.


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Just a retired old guy who loves looking for an eclectic mix of subjects to photograph, from people, to places, to concepts, and enjoys all aspects of the hunt, the find, and the shot, plus dabbling in the post production.

“No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist”
Oscar Wilde

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  • lynn carter
    lynn carter12 months ago

    what a fantastic idea, looks great Phil xx

  • lynn
    this artist has a really unique way of creating art….deconstruct to construct

    – phil decocco

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradour12 months ago

    Gosh what a terrific shot of this unusal stairway

  • malcom
    this man is a creative genius! Take a look at these:

    – phil decocco

  • WildestArt
    WildestArt12 months ago

  • WA
    Many thanks for this feature. So glad you liked seeing this lovely spot

    – phil decocco

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