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New Indoor Installation On Window and Hay Stacks by Spanish Artist Borondo in Madrid, Spain. 1

After a brilliant and massive street art piece in Tetuan (covered), Borondo spent a few hours working on this stunning installation at the museum Palacio Quintanar in Segovia, Spain.
Constantly exploring innovative and unique techniques, the talented Spanish artist once again used spray paint to recreate monochromatic portraits using a hay stack as as a canvas. Additionally, Borondo also applied thin layers of stark white paint onto a piece of glass and then slowly scratched away until the painting is revealed.
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New Indoor Installation On Window and Hay Stacks by Spanish Artist Borondo in Madrid, Spain. 2

New Indoor Installation On Window and Hay Stacks by Spanish Artist Borondo in Madrid, Spain. 1

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