Brazilian street artist Fabio Gomes Trinidade is rightfully earning attention for his smart, distinctive incorporation of nature into his work. Pairing urban street art with natural wildlife, Trinidade has cleverly chosen precise parts of his city, where the nature and art blend beautifully.

 Two of Tinidade’s recent works have been inspired by Egpyt Sarai, a child model. In the spray painted artwork we see one interpretation of Egypt cupping her cheek as her hair blooms brightly above her, and another with her hair pulled up into two poofs, perfectly continued by the backdrop of bushes.

The artworks are beautiful and arresting, and while the flowers might only bloom during the warmer months, in Brazil they’re not going to be short of the sunshine they need to complement Trinidade’s work. 

Follow Trinidade on Instagram to keep up with his artwork, and have a look at more of his arresting street art below:

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