Philippe Echaroux is a french photographer and street artist, who is most commonly known for projecting his portraits in large scale in exterior settings. He calls his art ”Street Art 2.0” and in 2016 he premiered his work in the rainforest in Amazonia. He always finds the right way to infiltrate his work in any natural landscape and make it look a part of it. For this project he chose specifically New York, simply because nature here almost doesn’t exist and humans have taken over with their large buildings. It was a way to protest against the destruction of nature and remind people of how beautiful green corners are.
Overseeing New York City.
Blending perfectly with the environment.
The projection stops where the branches stop.
The illusion of long hair.
A green portrait.
Did you ever imagine that a tree could fit a person’s face so perfectly?
You barely notice the face.
For more of Philippe’s work, you can visit his website, where you will find all of his projects so farm including his Amazonia and Barcelona projections.