Many will believe that graffiti is limited to a few scribbles on the walls. Although at first it was used to mark the areas that belonged to certain gangs, it has now become more than just a territory mark. It is now known as street art and has evolved to become a means of expression for urban artists. Currently, this type of art manages to transform the spaces of the city into true museums.
What we will show you next is the work of a Portuguese artist named Sergio Odate. His works are so realistic that they can overcome the barriers of 2D and appear to come out of the wall. Sergio is a fan of creating different giant beings, including insects that seem to be taken from a horror movie.
2-. These lips follow a very urban trend.
3-. A spider that looks like a true acromantula.
4-. Nightmares come to life in this drawing.
5-. A lonely little bird.
6-. A ferret lost in the underground.
7-. A really cozy corner.
8-. Colorful fish.
9-. Two more fish, although this would be good advertising for a fish shop.
10-. A ram skull.
12-. Big brother watches you.
13-. There are strange inhabitants in the pipes.
14-. We know that magic is in perspective, so we show you his drawings from different angles.
fifteen-. Cute parrot.
16-. It is more incredible if we see the before and after.
17-. A free bird.