The Largest STENCIL (engraving) of the world was created this year in Rio de Janeiro, by Artist Izolag Armeidah.
The engraving was executed very carefully over several months, many tools were invented by the Artist for this occasion, as well as methods for creating the picture of these proportions and apply it on the wall. Thoses inventions developed at the time of the creation of the layer and its application on the wal, had a vital importance to the success of the work, once there is no precedent for such a large engraving with so many details.
The STENCIL was cut manually with stylus. The style of stencil images formed by traits in angle, has been developed by Izolag since his youth through drawings, however in 2013 he joined the style to STENCIL.
Over 300 tapes, 400 kg of paper and acetate were spent. The picture was drawn on a Canvas and soon after expanded. The original photograph was took by John Gregory Smith, a Photographer activist in the cause of homeless children, they have a partnership that lasts 8 years.