Explosive Street Art by Vhils

We’ve seen Portuguese street artist Vhils use power drills and chisels to scratch the surface off buildings. Now, in this collaboration with Portuguese instrumental hip-hop band Orelha Negra, he takes his craft to a whole new level, this time using explosives to create incredible masterpieces.

Credits:
Direction and edition: Vhils aka Alexandre Farto
Photography Director: Vasco Viana
Executive Producer and Additional Post Production: CINEMACTIV
Pyrotechnics: Pirotec
Production Assistance: Leonor Viegas
Help and Support: Alexander Silva, Joo Vidinha, Jucapinga, , Fidel and Fbrica Brao de Prata

Vhils’ website
Orelha Negra’s MySpace page
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