From January 18th Portuguese artist Bordalo II will be in Rome for a week to create one of his creatures made out of recycled materials. Old bicycles, tires and colors will be used to set up his artwork. The place chosen is Saint Peter Station which, with 253 trains per day,
Lisbon based scrap and street artist, Bordalo II – has just made public his latest Railway creation. It is located on the Linha de Sintra outside Lisbon city in Portugal. The artist is passionate about urban interventions in ways that can be said, unconventional. His last work touches a wise realisation, that of ignorance and […]
Inovative street artist Bordalo the second, has managed this time to create from scrap and paint, a beautifull Owl. The Owl Eyes stands in Covilhã – Portugal. Notice the detailed content of aterial used to make this work. Bordalo has made several fascinating instalations using this technique.
After the last series of paintings on train tracks, Bordalo II is putting together a series of big scale sculptures of animals made by trash. He’s exploring his own mixed media on wood stand base, and has thus made a series of works from objects (garbage).
The Gaza conflict has been the topic of the latest work by Italian artist Bordalo II. Many walls and artworks have been popping up all over the world as an expression of the voiceless public that watches with disgust the tragic events that have been unfolding in that part of the world.
Italian artist Bordalo II presents his latest works on garbage bins. Pretty simple apparently , he cut a piece from the holder and replaced it with an acrylic panel. In this way the contents of the bin are visible!