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Gonzalo Borondo recently stopped by the city of Copenhagen in Denmark where he was invited by the Surface Project to work on a new mural.


Gonzalo Borondo recently stopped by the city of Copenhagen in Denmark where he was invited by the Surface Project to work on a new mural. The project is curated by Søren Solkær to celebrate the launch of his latest book “Surface”.
The young Spanish artist was given the opportunity to work on a large building in the city’s center. After four days of work, Borondo created yet another stunning artwork showing some of his signature classical imagery. The piece shows a group of people sat down in a circle around a bloody pool where two boats are floating. Powerful as usual.
Hit the jump for a bunch of extra images and then if you are in the area, you’ll be able to find it in the district of Vesterbro.




Progress images by Henrik Haven

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