For the past few years, Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic has been living in Malaysia, capturing scenes of daily life and children at play on building walls, canvases, and even on the surfaces of random objects, like the inside of a desk drawer for instance.

Known for making his paintings pop by incorporating ready-made objects into his pieces, Zacharevic recently took his works to Montana Gallery in Barcelona for his first European solo show "Rock, Paper, Scissors!" opening today. Like his last major show "Art Is Rubbish Is Art" in Malaysia, his latest exhibition also features many of his hyper realistic portraits of kids in Malaysia, hence the jovial name of the show. In addition to the display at Montana Gallery, Zacharevic also left behind a few murals in Barcelona. Though Zacharevic has been on our radars for a while, he's finally getting the international attention he deserves. Watch the video below to get to know the artist a little better, and click through to see his latest pieces.

[via ArrestedMotion]

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