Portugal’s street art has really evolved over the years with an impressive number of artists, and you can see some of their work on websites like Stick2Target, Mr. Dheo, and Underdogs. One of the household names is Odeith, a graffiti rider since 1996, spray painting cabinets and walls in railway routes. An innovator for using perspective illusion to compose pop-out letters on different surfaces.
Despite the illegal nature of graffiti in the modern era, much has changed for some writers in the last decade. Odeith for example, has created art for companies like Shell, Coca-Cola, Samsung, Estradas de Portugal and S. L. Benfica.
Photos © Odeith Via Hi-Frutose