Philippe Echaroux Created The World’s First Street Art In The Amazonian Rainforest – Design You Trust

Philippe Echaroux Created The World’s First Street Art In The Amazonian Rainforest


Philippe Echaroux created this Street Art 2.0, a way of doing street art that replaces bomb sprays by technology. He just realized the world’s first art form of this kind deep down the rainforest with the Surui Tribe. The Artist wants to illustrate that when we cut down a tree, it’s like taking down a man.

More info: Philippe Echaroux, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: boredpanda)


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