From small pieces of paper to life-size murals, Spanish artist Pejac seems to have found a comfortable style in turning a simple silhouette image, into an amazing site-specific piece of art.
Often using the surroundings as part of his creation, his talent for achieving amazing effects with such a minimalistic style is mind-blowing. Playing with the perspective, repetitiveness, dimension, textures and intervening his objects, characters and elements, are some of signature methods of getting to the point. All with a noticeable message within each piece.
His most recent street work in his hometown of Santander in Spain uses a peeled off part of a brick wall, creating an incredible 3D effect of a paper plane crashing into it… Dope.