“Innocence” by Sabek in Odintsovo for Urban Morphogenesis

Sabek has become in the last years a key actor in the Spanish street art scene, painting figures inspired by nature. The good lads from Urban Morphogenesis invited him to work on a giant facade on the streets of Odintsovo in Russia. It took a week of hard work for the Spanish artist to complete

“Captive” by Sabek in Plasencia, Spain

Sabek recently spent some time in Spain where he was invited by the Invasion Art Festival to create a new piece somewhere on the streets of Plasencia. Sabek is a Madrid-based street artist, recognized internationally for his large-scale murals depicting clear, black, almost stamp-like figures usually inspired by nature and animals. This new piece entitled

“Domestication” by Sabek in Minsk, Belarus

Recently Sabek spent around five full days painting this large and impressive nine stories building located in the city of Minsk, Belarus. This piece created for the Urban Myths Street Art Festival was a really challenging project with several issues that slowed down his progress throughout the week. Sabek appreciates the archaic traditions and elements

“Constant Movement” by Sabek in St Petersburg, Russia

Sabek recently spent some time in Russia where he was invited by the good people from the Street Art Museum Festival in Saint Petersburg. The talented painter brought to life this massive 68 x 15 meters mural which was completed over the course of 7 days. The Madrid-based street artist is recognized internationally for his

“Kindred” by Sabek in Washington, DC

Sabek has recently spend some time Washington, DC where he pained beautifully coloured mural named “Kindred” for the District of Columbia. After 5 days of hard work on this brick wall, the message behind this mural falls along the lines of that we may fall in the opposite ends of the spectrum, but beneath the stereotypes

“Caballo Chúcaro” by Sabek in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Spanish based artist Sabek has been invited by Colorba festival to Buenos Aires where he has painted a mural called “Caballo Chúcaro” – of a horse that prefers dying rather than being ridden, based on an old story from La Pampa. It took the artist 4 days to paint this mural with all the fun in Argentina! Check

“Evasion” by Sabek in Hamburg, Germany

Spanish based artist Sabek has recently visited Hamburg in Germany to paint a mural called “Evasion” for Walls Can Dance project organised by Urban Art Institute. Sabek has spent 4 days painting during the ran, so called “Hamburg summer”. Sabek has been quite consistent bringing nature on the walls around the world and this one is no exception… Check

“The keep” by Sabek in Atlanta, USA

Sabek has recently spend some time in Atlanta, Georgia where he has painted a beautiful mural on a side of a 7 story building titled “The Keep” for Outerspace Festival, which was curated by ABV Gallery. This mural tries to represent a mutual care between two individuals, in this case the nature and the human being.