EVOL's Underground City

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The street art work of EVOL is hardly natural. 

The German artist is known for his wheat pasted stencil work that mimics high-rise buildings and small-scale cities are found on electrical boxes, pieces of paper, and abandoned walls. 

EVOL recently completed his first piece in a rural setting. 

EVOL's Underground City
EVOL via Design Boom
 "As I came [to the site] first, that's what I found: endless meadow, trees and blue sky," he writes. "Not exactly what I play with usually. So I decided to cut open the idyll, and pretend there is no endless meadow, but only rooftop-gardens of the disgust underneath."  

See more of his work on his website or on his Flickr page

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