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“Tanausu” by Sabotaje Al Montaje in La Palma, Spain

July 31, 2016
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Sabotaje Al Montaje just finished working on this large new piece for the Street Art Festival Depaso in La Palma, Spain. It took seven days for the Spanish muralist to wrap up this beautiful new piece entitled “Tanausu”.

Tanausu was a great Aboriginal King from Palm Island and a great warrior. He represented the noble land.  He closely attached, to the nature, his family and his land. He lived in the paradisiac land of Caldera de Taburiente with its clean skies and crystal clear waters sheltered by a fortress of walls made up of ancestral and long-lived tapestries of flora and vegetation.

Tanausu merges with its environment, it blends with it, being a single image, a single landscape: man of peace, calm and reflective, monarch of a tolerant and forgiving tribe.

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