Philippe Echaroux, who defines himself as an activist artist, carried the art of graffiti to THE Brazilian rain forest. The artist, who created the faces of Surui natives by using light and visual projection techniques, drew attention to forest destruction in a very striking way. These forests, which provide life space to the native tribes, are destroyed by the gold washers and demolished by those who are looking for gemstones. The artist wants to remind the whole world of the environmental threats of illegal lumbering by showing the faces of the people whose lives are directly affected by this destruction. "I wanted to illustrate that when we cut down a tree it’s like putting a man down, when we see the connection between these people and the forest, this really is the evidence,” he said.