Street artists have a knack for disrupting the environment and catching passersby attention. Many artists have a way to make their art interact with the surroundings and send a message that no one can ignore - as their canvas has no limits. Each great graffiti artist has their own style and something that makes them stand out from the rest. What makes this 34-year-old Portuguese artist, Vile, different? It's his raw talent for carving his name into walls using just a spray paint can.

Vile, whose real name is Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nunes lives in Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. He started spraypainting graffiti drawings when he was just 14 years old. By studying Cartoon & Animation Films and Drawing and Illustration and polishing his skills in such techniques as watercolor, oil, charcoal, digital drawing, and tattooing, Vile gradually became a skilled graffiti and wall mural painting artist. His undeniable talent has been recognized internationally with brands like OPEL, TMN, Worten, and the Portuguese Red Cross featuring his unique art.

Vile's intricate 3D art that allows us to see through walls hardly allows anyone to walk past it without looking twice. Often portrayed on abandoned buildings, his detailed graffiti art pieces expose the mysterious interior that is hidden from our eyes.

More info: vilegraffiti.com | Instagram | Facebook | twitter.com

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katz up!
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10 months ago

Hole in the wall. It appears to be a great illusion.

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Jennifer Crompton
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10 months ago

So pretty

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Jennifer Crompton
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10 months ago

Amazing how he does this with spray paint!!

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Roger Haywood
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10 months ago

Was this done on a glass wall? This is amazing.

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Bobert Robertson
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10 months ago

This one looks vile

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SilvaSkies
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10 months ago

So cool! :0

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Grazina Strolia
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10 months ago

I LOVE how he's visible through the ACTUAL hole in the wall, tagging his name.

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LeilaM Hogan60
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10 months ago

Not quite as convincing as the others were, but still INCREDIBLE artwork amazing job!

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Mayleen Dora
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10 months ago

FIRST and is that him or a painting?

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Brivid
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10 months ago

What are these domed structures?

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Magpie
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10 months ago

I'd walk through that, owch!

Phil Boswell
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10 months ago

I think these are like pavement art, they only work really well from one particular direction…so as you got closer they would look way less convincing, you'd have to work at missing the illusion.

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Birchy Cat
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10 months ago

Clever

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Roger Haywood
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10 months ago

I like how he has'nt spayed in the gutter, rather used painted paper instead. Very effective.

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Janine B.
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10 months ago

So beautiful.

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Night Owl
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10 months ago

the house behind the wall disappeared too (except for the roof)

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NanZ
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10 months ago

Very interesting how you made the letters in this picture

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Roger Haywood
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10 months ago

Amazing.

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Grant McAlpine
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10 months ago

Outstanding! ✔️

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Debby Hartinger
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10 months ago

That would look great in a public bathroom!

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Maria Rohlen
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10 months ago

Humor

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Emily
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10 months ago

This is what goes on inside his brain whenever he gets an idea.

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Lemon Garnished Potato
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10 months ago

Woah, it's amazing!

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Doris S. Anderson
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10 months ago

CALL THE EPA!!!

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Doris S. Anderson
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10 months ago

"NOVA! Get off the planet, it's coming!!! "

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Carson Lujan
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10 months ago

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Roger Haywood
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10 months ago

Image 21 before it got the 'Vile' treatment.

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