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Borondo recently spent some time in Barcelona, Spain where he was invited by the good lads from Open Walls Conference to create a new piece.

Borondo recently spent some time in Barcelona, Spain where he was invited by the good lads from Open Walls Conference to create a new piece.
With this artwork entitled “Fer Lenya”, Borondo painted a large-scale rendition of a castell, a human tower built traditionally in festivals at many locations within Catalonia. Typically castellers wear white trousers, a black sash, a bandana and a coloured shirt often bearing the team’s emblem. A differently coloured shirt indicates which team a participant is in. For instance, Castellers de Barcelona team wear red shirts while Castellers de Vilafranca wear green shirts. “For Lenya” is an term used when a Castell falls.
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Rom Levy

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