Portuguese street artist Vile has been painting graffiti since 1998, and it’s safe to say that he became really good at it in the last 20+ years.
Vile, whose real name is Rodrigo Miguel Sepúlveda Nune, creates some of the most detailed and technically demanding street art that you will find out there. His graffiti and murals look like they should be posted in an art gallery or a museum, not just sitting on some remote wall.
He also enjoys painting occasional optical illusions, which can be so effective that you wouldn’t know the scene wasn’t real until you’ve come close enough to touch the wall.
Vile uses several techniques to paint his artworks, including spray cans, watercolor, oil, charcoal, and much more.
So far, this talented artist worked on numerous art projects worldwide, while also having several solo exhibitions in native Portugal.
Check out some more of Vile’s works below.