Awesome contemporary art installation by Alexandre Farto aka Vhils and ±MaisMenos. @ The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Elvas (MACE) in the exhibition “Museum in ruins” (O Museu em ruínas), part of the collection of António Cachola.
Portuguese artist, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils takes street art to a deeper level with his deconstructed street portraits. He creates striking multi-textural faces in decaying brick walls by meticulously chipping away at the wall’s weathered layers.
Blythe Intaglios - Near the Colorado River, on the low desert just west of Highway lies one of the most spectacular ancient creations in California––a group of immense drawings that, like Peru’s famous Nazca lines, can only be seen properly from the air.
This petroglyph from Siberia is dated to around 5000 BCE. (It reminds me of legends of many-headed demons from the Ramayana, though Ravana had ten heads. And also of Tilak's theory of an Arctic source for the Vedas).