Graffiti Artist Finds an Awesome Way to Incorporate Trees in His Portraits

A lot of graffiti artists have shown their worth with the work they do. Graffiti isn’t art just for walls. We have seen a lot of examples where the artist has used their creativity to amaze us with their skills. One perfect example is artist Brazilian street artist Fábio Gomes Trindade. This artist has chosen a unique way to include trees in his art.

By using trees, this artist is able to complete the portraits of women, coming out with stunning results. His work is quite clean and aesthetic. He makes sure to keep his followers updated by sharing his work on his Instagram account. So far he counts 78.4k followers who support what he does.

His work is quite amazing, and we invite you to take a look. Below we have selected just some pieces out of his gallery. For more make sure to follow him on Instagram to be updated on his future projects.

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This is How Hollywood Portrays Other Countries According to This Accurate Meme

It’s a well-known fact that most Hollywood films don’t exactly address reality. From cleaned entertainers to cheerful endings just, we’ve figured out how to believe it tentatively.

This time, we’re managing another big-screen wrongdoing. It ends up, the American entertainment world does barely anything to think often about precisely depicting different nations. The image underneath proposes that everything necessary to depict Mexico, Japan, Africa, and India is some altering and a custom channel.

Henceforth, the Mexican road is soaked in sepia, Japan is yelling neon, and Eastern Europe looks dim and decrepit. An excessive number of generalizations and too little creative mind have us thinking about why it’s actually alright.

P.S. The original photo was taken in Cape Town, South Africa.

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#2 Japan

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#3 Mexico

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#4 Western Europe

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#5 Africa

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#6 Middle East

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#7 Eastern Europe

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#8 India

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9. Brasil

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#10 Australia

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People started editing their own versions in response to the meme

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