Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes is a street artist from Spain, and on the street, people like to call him by his artist name “BELIN“. When he was a child, he applied his creativity within several areas through his own self-driven pursuit of knowledge. He sought information from libraries, museums and working at home, thus beginning his path towards being a professional artist.
Later, the street became his art studio, the wall became his canvas of choice, and the paint cans in his hand became his brush. In the street art world, Belin is well known for his surrealistic painting style, attention to detail and that he uses no stencils when he creates. Very quickly his profound drawing skills and unique creativity set his artworks apart from others and his work has steadily become one of the most popular among graffiti enthusiasts and art collectors.
On his way to his solo exhibition in Hong Kong, the Spanish artist stopped by Shenzhen where he quickly worked his way through this awesome new piece which is celebrating the year of the dog.
His latest exhibition “Fazes” will showcase surreal “post-neocubism” portraits and several of his OneLine abstract renderings. Starting from March 20, the exhibition until April 30th at the Amanda Wei Gallery. Shop B, Lower Ground Floor, Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central. (MTR Central Station Exit D1)
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