Tuesday, October 8, 2013

VHILS


Regarding the previous post, some of my readers have wondered about VHILS technique.
Well, I think this video answers all questions.
Check two more works of his I've previously posted by clicking here and here.

14 comments:

Lady Lilith BloodCrave said...

The amount of details that went into creating his art is amazing. He is amazing.

Sylvia K said...

I do agree with the comment above, amazing details!! Thanks for the video!!

Jack said...

Thank you for posting this video. I loved seeing his work yesterday and now I am even more of a fan. Great, creative artist.

Laura. M said...

Gracias por compartirlo JM, ahora sé como los hacen:))Son impresionantes!!
Un beso.

Cezar and Léia said...

Eu estava tão curiosa sobre essa arte!Amei o video, super obrigada!
Léia

RedPat said...

Loved the video! Fabulous pieces!

Leovi said...

It's a great technique, impressive!

Gert Jan Hermus said...

This is amazing. What an artist!!


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Babzy said...

excellent video ,very instructive ! :)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Thanks for the video; it was enlightening. I can see why he has an international audience. The cutting away of layers of advertising to make portraits also amazed me. His art is an intensified form of sgrafitto, isn't it? Do you think he adds a layer of plaster before he starts to cut away a wall? Although his vision embraces the idea of beauty in decay, hopefully his art doesn't promote erosion. Is this me worrying too much?

Randy said...

I love watching artist at work.

Kay said...

Thanks for posting this. He's quite a talented artist. I really like his work.

Dina said...

Great stuff! What an idea for making art!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hi JM, can you send me a link for the video I can't see it here like everyone else, and it sounds so interesting.