Recent piece by Portuguese artist Bordalo II in Turin, Italy created for his solo show “DECOMPOSED” at Square23 Gallery that will be up till the end of February 2017.
Bordalo used trash and found materials to make this amazing animal sculpture.


~ By Bordalo II ~ TeatroColosseo, Turin, Italy – Photo:

You can read more about his work → here ←.

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Merry Christmas

Wishing you peace, joy and love!

May this time be about what really matters – spending time with your loved ones rather than focusing on the material gifts – that is what these two pieces are trying to say. The first one is by Bordalo II and the second by KAS. 

Thank you for visiting Street Art Rat and leaving lovely comments, I appreciate it! Have a wonderful and peaceful Christmas surrounded by your loved ones and good food.

Happy holidays!

Bordalo II in Aruba

A few days ago Bordalo II finished this large mural for the Aruba Art Fair on the streets of San Nicolas in Aruba.
As usual, the talented Portuguese street artist created another incredible 3D sculpture only using trash and found materials.

Bordalo II Aruba

~ By Bordalo II ~ Photo:

Bordalo II

~ By Bordalo II ~ Photo:

Click here for more info about Bordalo II and his installations!

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Goat In Rome

A few days ago, Bordalo II created a new installation entitled “Uma Cabra” (A Goat) close to the Station Termini in Rome, Italy.
Bordalo II used trash and found materials that he collected in Rome.

Bordalo II Uma Cabra

~ By Bordalo II ~ Rome, Italy – Photo:

Bordalo II Uma Cabra Italy

~ Bordalo II ~ Rome, Italy – Photo:

Click here for more information about Bordalo Segundo and his amazing work!

Have a nice day!

Who is Bordalo Segundo ?

Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo Segundo/Bordalo II) is a very talented Portuguese street artist who likes to work with trash and turn it into amazing murals and sculptures.

“Bordalo II presents us a figurative painting full of vivacity and movement, where he paints his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment. He’s exploring his own mixed media on wood stand base, and are thus made a series of collages of objects (garbage).
It is not only a way to recycle, but also a critique of the world we live in, where we often have nice things, which are based on junk without realizing it.”
– From Bordalo Segundo’s Facebook

~ By Bordalo II ~

~ By Bordalo II ~

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