“A Stolen Childhood” by Lidia Cao in Carballo, Spain

Spanish street artist Lidia Cao just sent us some images from her newest mural that was just completed in the city of Carballo in Spain. Painting for the Rexenera Street Festival, Lidia created a beautiful new piece which is entitled “A Stolen Childhood”. A deep and poetic mural painted using desaturated colors. We look forward

“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

Titanes Project: Okuda, Bicicleta Sem Freio & Hell’o in Spain

The first wave of the Titanes Project has started around the Madrid region in Spain! The Titanes Project is seeing the creation of a series of giant murals on unused silos in the province of Ciudad Real. As well as its importance in terms of cultural heritage, the project aims to encourage social inclusion through

“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

Julieta XLF in Los Realejos, Spain

Our friend Julieta XLF just wrapped up a large new piece in the city of Los Realejos, a small costal town on the island of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands. She was invited to open the upcoming “Seis de doce project” , a project that will take part during the year with 6 different artists.

Pichiavo‘s monumental sculpture for Falles celebration in Valencia

Valencian born artists Pichi and Avo set alight their 26 metre high Neo classical sculpture covered with their trademark graffiti. Taking over one year to create, the giant structure made from wood and cardboard was the centrepiece of the annual Las Fallas (fire) Festival in the Spanish city of Valencia. See below images from the

Huge intervention by Jorge Rodríguez Gerada in Santa Coloma, Spain

Artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada creates a monumental heart at the Parc dels Pins, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona,) and the city’s multiculturalism beats through its veins. The inspiration for this project came when thinking of Santa Coloma de Gramenet as an essence, a heart, a CŎR where different stories, different hearts live together. A united

“Radio Liberty” by Marina Capdevila in Spain

Our friend Marina Capedevila, recently spent some time in Spain where she unveiled this large rooftop piece entitled “Radio Liberty”. Painting on the streets of Pals, a small town in Northern Spain, the artist spent several days on the roof of an abandoned radio station. The station was created during the Cold War by Americans