Sabotaje Al Montaje recently finished another mural in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain. The 150 square meters mural shows two people with their hands open and a farmer in the center working the land. The artwork is a reflection on the importance of local consumption in the environment. The mural is part of a
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.
Matías Mata better known as Sabotaje Al Montaje recently visited the lovely city of Malaga, Andalusia where he spent a few days working on this sweet new piece.Invited by the Proyecto Málaga BulevART, the artist worked on this large mural which is depicting a young boy playing flamenco with his guitar. Flamenco is a form of
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