Absolute illusion: as a street artist nicknamed Vile "breaks" the wallPictolic
Rodrigo Miguel Sepulveda nuñez graffiti artist of Portuguese city of Vila Franca de Xyla. His three-dimensional works are striking in their workmanship: Nunez with using common tools graffiti paint from aerosol cans — makes it so that the wall our eyes seemed to have vanished into thin air.
35-year-old Portuguese graffiti artist Rodrigo Miguel sepúlveda núñez (Rodrigo Sepúlveda Miguel Nunes), known under the pseudonym Vile, holds his cans of paint, like a laser pointer, artfully "cutting out" your nickname from concrete and stone.
His impressive technique allows you to create stunning optical illusions, through which his name appears as a window carved into the wall.
Vile paints graffiti from a young age and honed his artistic skills through coursework in animation and illustration.
The artist has clearly studied his work, because creating such convincing illusions requires time, preparation and patience. The most difficult part of his creative process is the selection of colors, as the palette must exactly match the "original", making the end result more than convincing.