The Spanish artist Pejac is back with two new street art creations, made in New York in the neighborhoods of Bushwick and Chinatown. These two new pieces, thought as optical illusions, suggest on one hand the remains of a vanished nature, and on the other hand a new nature interfering in this gigantic urban environment.

With Fossil, representing a tree silhouette painted in trompe-l’oeil on the bricks of a building, Pejac demonstrates once again his talent, and mixes a strong message with a subtle and poetic artwork. I just love it. Of course, I also recommend you to follow his work on Instagram.

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