#STAYARTHOMEPEJAC: Global Creative Initiative Stay Art Home by PEJAC

Spanish painter, Pejac is inviting the worldwide audience to grab their pens, brushes, papers, and scissors, and join him in building a monumental opus of urban art from home. As a way of going through lockdown in Madrid, Pejac recently revived his old concept of miniature window drawings interacting with the life outside. Moved by the fact that

“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

“Termites” by PEJAC in Spain

Spanish artist Pejac recently created this “Sundial” artwork somewhere in Spain. From miniature window drawings, striking site-specific interventions to elaborate replicas of classic masterpieces, Pejac is rightfully recruiting an army of fans and collectors with every new piece he makes. Taking clever twists on familiar images and skillfully reinventing the public space, Barcelona-based artist is

“Gold Mine” a Prison project by Pejac in Spain

Determined to continue the conveying of his extraordinary views and art in the most peculiar places, from Al-Azraq refugee camp in the deserts of north Jordan to abandoned factories in Croatia, Pejac recently completed a series of interventions within the oldest prison in Spain, the Penitentiary Center of El Dueso. Located at the entrance of

PEJAC in New York City

Pejac recently visited NYC for the first time with a goal to spread his concerns about human relationship with nature through two new public interventions in Bushwick and Chinatown. Due to city’s size, density, public transportation infrastructure, and location, The Big Apple has been battling major environmental issues over the years, mirroring the problems of

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

“Don’t Look Back in Anger” by Pejac in London

Titled ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’, our friend Pejac recreated the iconic Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ as a response to the recent UK’s decision to Brexit. By scratching onto a brand new Jaguar, the renowned British car, the Spanish street artist addresses the human obsession to cover marks and scars by turning them into something positive.

“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