Cape Town - A very innovative Portuguese street artist named Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II) is making a name for himself with his beautiful re-inventions of scrap metal to street art.
He uses pieces of found scrap metal, urban trash and brings back to life these found pieces with the use of graffiti and paint.
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In his latest work of art, Bordalo II used old tractor tires along with scrap sheet metal and what looks like the frame of an old car to piece together a beautiful, enormous owl he called "Owl Eyes". You can see the piece below.
Bordalo II created 'Owl Eyes", along with the other pieces below as part of WOOL, an annual festival held in the city of Covilhã in Portugal that celebrates artists who work creatively with their environment to make art reports BoredPanda.
The festival aims to foster the urban arts and will take place on 27 November.
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Take a look at Bordalo II's beautiful contribution to WOOL:
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