You Need to See This Awesome São Paulo Street Art.

Deco Farkas a.k.a Treco began painting in the streets of São Paulo six years ago. He has lived in the city all his life but street art allows him to access new, interesting and inspiring subjects, and in a sense to travel within the city. He cycles to his locations, piling his equipment onto the bike's carrier. It is a way of exchanging with the city, attaining something new and unexpected. Using spray paint or acrylic, Treco contributes with playful, thoughtful and rather surreal artistic interventions.

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