“It can’t rain all the time” by Pejac in Madrid, Spain

Hard times for street artists because of Covid-19? Maybe it’s true for outdoor interventions, but the creativity of our favorite talents around the world continues to express itself in different forms that have not been explored so far. This is the case of the Spanish artist Pejac, who continues to amaze us even from his

New Works by Pejac in Rijeka, Croatia

Pejac doesn’t really fit under the classic label of a street artist and is not trying to be one, yet every time he creates new public pieces he pushes the limits of the movement. And the 3 new works he recently produced in Rijeka, Croatia, during his 2 weeks residency with Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art are perfect

“Downside Up” by Pejac in London

Spanish artist Pejac recently spent couple of days working on his first series of public installations in London. Titled “Downside Up” these 4 sculptural pieces show old pairs of shoes hanging off light posts, only “downside up”. Once again Pejac showed his ability to catch the passerby’s attention with a subtle twist of reality. In

Pejac in Azraq Camp and Amman, Jordan

After revealing his recent work he created in Al-Hussein Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Pejac just revealed two new works from his recent visit to Jordan. “Mothers Artists” was created im Azraq Camp for Syrian refugees and “Rotation” can be found on the streets of Amman. Both addressing the massive refugee crisis that is hitting Europe and

Pejac unveils a new piece in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart ’15

Pejac is part of this year’s line-up for the 15th anniversary of the excellent Nuart Street Art Festival which is currently taking place on the streets of Stavanger in Norway.Always creating unique works, the Spanish artist painted this silhouette of a child playing with a racing cars. The tire tracks are forming the image of

Pejac “Meadow” Limited Edition Screen Print

After 2 sold out releases, Pejac just announced another limited edition release. On Thursday July 23rd at 6PM CET (12PM EST), he will be releasing “Meadow” through his website.The Spanish artist first introduced this image in a form of a large canvas piece in late March this year. The screenprinted version is black and white and

Pejac rounds up his Asian tour with a stop over in Tokyo

After Hong Kong and Seoul, Pejac recently had the final stop of his Asian tour in Tokyo. During couple of days in Japan’s capital, Spanish artist created various works that are all focused on local tradition and culture.Mostly showing appreciation to the culture and people, Pejac had to address the touchy issue of fishing and

Pejac paints a series of new works in Seoul, Korea

Currently touring around East Asia, Spanish artist Pejac recently stopped in Seoul and left couple of recognizable pieces. Working in an environment that is not common on the street art maps, the artist used this opportunity well to create couple of striking signature illusions.“Icarus” is a simple piece that is showing a shot down paper plane,