Giant Photographic Portraits Transform City Structures into Public Art Exhibitions

Since 2008 street artist Raquel Brust has been pasting huge, hyper-dimensional photographs of people in public spaces throughout the streets of São Paulo, Brazil, as part of her ongoing urban project titled “Giganto“. The project which she describes as "an intervention that uses the urban scene and the city’s architecture as a platform for photographic exhibition", explores the contrast between old and young, urban and rural life, modernization and tradition. Speaking about the project Brust said, "I wanted to create an odd dialog with the environment generate a reflection about the life in the city and its scary structures."

 Find out more about the project here.

via [My Modern Met]