From his real name Alexandre Farto, Vhils is a Portuguese street artist handling the chisel and the explosives. 
Young prodigy of street art, the Portuguese Vhils carves monumental works on the walls of the capitals of the whole planet. Armed with explosives and a chisel, he made impressive faces in the streets of Paris. 
He gained international recognition when one of his works, a portrait engraved on a wall, is on the side of a work by Street artist Bansky at the Cans Festival in London in 2008. 
Sculpture done in June 2012 

Update 22/07/2022
Created on January 1, 1970
177 Rue du Château des Rentiers, 75013 Paris, Frankrijk
Pictures by Noel Perez .

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Camera usedPanasonic DMC-TZ25
Date created1970-01-01T00:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork