Mr. Dheo – New Mural in Matosinhos, Portugal

Graffiti artist Mr. Dheo is always going big and his latest mural in Matosinhos, Portugal is no different. Spanning over 32 metres high (344 ft.), the new piece is a figure based work that features a man chugging what seems to be a beer, but is actually a fish.


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Inti – La Madre Secular 3

Mural artist INTI recently wrapped up with third instalment of his trilogy “La Madre Secular”. We posted up the first two over the past few weeks or so, now peep the number three which was completed in Lisbon.

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Bordalo ii – New Installation in Lisbon

Street installation artist Bordalo ii recently completed a new installation in Lisbon. The Portuguese artist did what he does best by collecting and recycling materials to create a large scale animal. This time around he chose a pig and decided to complete for the Muro festival in in the Bairro Padre Cruz area of Lisbon.


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Bordalo ii – Bunny

The amazing Bordalo ii is back with a new recycled piece entitled “Bunny.” The Portuguese artist often titles his art “Trash Art” though it’s much more than that. It incorporates recycled materials, sculpture, painting and laying it all on a massive wall.


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Pantonio – New Mural in Portugal

Street artist Pantonio recently made his trip out to Portugal where he was invited by the Wool Festival to paint a gigantic colourful new mural on the streets of Covilhã. Using his signature strokes and colourful palette, the Portuguese native displays beautiful birds high above the skyline.

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Bordalo ii – Trash Cat

Bordalo ii has recently been on an insane tear doing his brilliant recycled sculpture murals. He has recently come out with his latest creation in Portugal entitled “Trash Cat” featuring, well, just that. An “adorable” cat that’s larger than life and created out of various discarded and recycled materials.

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Bordalo ii – Salamander

For this year’s Agitágueda Art Festival, one of our favourite Portuguese artists Bordalo II (segundo) completed a giant street installation that used recycled materials form car parts and other things to create a larger-than-life sized salamander for the viewers.

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