Tuesday Sep 01 2015
Illustrating themes of death, chaos, sexuality and faith, Herbert Baglione takes over the streets of Sao Paulo with his monochromatic characters. His art stems from existentialist roots applying his deep imaginations into his own isolated style. His early works focused on the world's ideal body type. Adding his own spin to it, he illustrated anorexic and obese figures expressing body types should not have an ideal type. These days, Baglione still expresses his feelings to the world by sharing his absurd murals.
- Kevin Sanchez