Review: VNA 22 – Vhils

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

The 22nd issue of Very Nearly Almost landed through my letterbox a couple of weeks back and so I’ve finally got round to taking a peep, and once again, it doesn’t disappoint.

Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is the cover star in this latest magazine, one who the team have been desperate to feature for some time now. Farto has a stunning technique to produce his street art – chiselling plaster off of walls to create lush, multi-layered images and portraits on walls across the world. This is an interview definitely worth checking out as it provides a great insight into the man’s work, technique and skill.

VNA 22 not only features the technical wizardry of Vhils but also the work of American 3D woodwork artist AJ Fosik who creates striking and unique pieces, as well as geometric madness from Moneyless. Interviews also feature from Tizer, Etam Cru, Blaine Fontana, Moneyless, Miss Led, Vexta, Cranio, Soker, Cryptik, Husk Mit Navn and Look.

VNA 22 is available with two alternative covers; one is exclusive to their web store and subscribers, while the other is available through their network of stockists. As ever, there’s not really another magazine touching the surface of where the VNA guys go, so make sure you pick up a copy of this ASAP.

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

Review: VNA 22 - Vhils

Mark

Mark is the founder of UK Street Art. He's a UX and UI Designer based in London, UK.

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