Celestial creations: Brazilian artist adorns little girls’ hair with tree branches, captivating hearts around the world

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Urbaism and atre may appear contradictory, yet they may be combined to produce something unique and unique.

Fábio Gomes Tridade, a Brazilian street artist, produces paintings on walls that feature intricate pictures of women and children using braches and bshes as their “hair.”

His art quickly gained popularity in Brazil and is now spreading over the world, with celebrities such as Viola Davis and Tia Kowles sharing his work on social media.

Fábio was inspired to make this series after seeing an acerola tree planted in the backyard of a house in Goiâia, Brazil, 20 years ago.

He uses tree leaves to create the impression of hair in his paintings.

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