Roa is a street artist from Ghent, Belgium. If you hadn't noticed he almost always works with only black and white. Roa is still on the graffiti circuit, but is also producing works for gallery shows on scrap metal and found wood.
Let's hope he is using no-voc latex paint in an electric paint gun or an air powered paint gun. Or at least a Preval Spray System which is recyclable!
His work has been shown in London, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, New York and sold out in two days in Paris.
Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto, (aka Vhils) deconstructs building's walls using chisels, drills, jackhammers and small explosives to produce his large-scale wall murals. Farto exposes layers of history through the destruction of selective pieces of wall and billboard.
Hugh Comstock was very familiar with Rackham's illustrations and when his wife asked him to build her a showroom for her handmade rag dolls “Otsy-Totsys”, the first time builder looked to Arthur Rackman's illustrations and built his wife a Rackham-inspired cottage called Hansel.