— Giant Charcoal Drawings by Jorge Rodiguez-Gerada

These incredible photo-realistic charcoal portraits of anonymous people can be found on walls and streets and various other mediums around the world.

Rodriguez-Gerada creates portraits in charcoal of people-until now anonymous-which scale the walls of buildings in our cities in a format that we can begin to describe as gigantic. They are gigantically defying, proud and dignified, more social than political.

But let us not be mistaken, the art piece is not the charcoal drawing. The artistic process begins with the search for the city, the building, and most importantly the person to be depicted. This person must have a sense of belonging to the city that hosts the artwork, and must accept being converted into a monumental hero”

 

Via: Boom and Illusion.scene360

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