This artist developed a method of street art that replaces bomb sprays with technology.
While artist Philippe Echaroux was visiting with the Surui Tribe deep in the jungle of the Amazon Rainforest, he decided that he’d rather use technology to portray the beauty he’d witnessed rather than cut down a tree or deface public property. This realization led to the development of Street Art 2.0.
The activist shares on his website that the one-of-a-kind street art merges faces of people he met while in the rainforest with gorgeous scenery that was photographed. According to Bored Panda, Echaroux wants people to realize that when a tree is cut down, it is like harming or killing a man. Everything is interconnected, and humans must understand that every action has a consequence that affects all.
Following are some photos of the unique series:
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