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

Pastel In Valencia, Spain

Argentinean muralist Pastel recently travelled to Europe and more precisely the city of Valencia in Spain. Wrapping up the entire Fermax building, the artist painted over 1600 square meters to finalize his artwork. Pastel created another of his signature floral-mural which will surely become a local landmark in the months and years to come. In

Elian in Valencia, Spain

This beautiful artwork by Elian was painted in the Universitat Politécnica of Valencia in Spain for the Polinizados street art festival. Besides the floating effect of the blue figure and grey square, this piece seeks to highlight the architectural lines through the transformation of the white surface into red. The chromatic vibration of the piece

Blu in La Punta, Valencia

Blu recently stopped by the city of Valencia in Spain where he was invited to paint a new street art piece in the district of La Punta. La Punta is a pedestrian garden located in the south of the city of Valencia, where, for more than 15 years, the project “Logistics Activities Zone”; (ZAL) of

“Recuperem La Punta, aturem la ZAL” by Hyuro in Valencia, Spain

The one and only Hyuro has just wrapped up a fresh mural on the streets of Valencia. Located in the La Punta is a neighbourhood, most known for its historic and traditional orchards. Despite being recognized as a “non-developable area of special protection”, it has been a victim of repeated abuses by administrations… The natural environment and social fabric in

Hyuro in Valencia, Spain

Our friend Hyuro just wrapped up a new mural in Spain for the Poliniza Dos street art festival which took place on the streets of Valencia. The Cabanyal neighborhood is a Protected Historical Set of the city of Valencia, declared Good of Cultural Interest in 1993. Since 1998 the neighborhood was threatened by a municipal project

Alexis Diaz in Valencia, Spain

Alexis Diaz recently spent some time in Spain where he was invited to paint a brand new street piece somewhere on the streets of Valencia. After several days of hard work, the Puerto Rican artist once again unveiled an ultra-detailed artwork which is showing some of his signature imagery. The piece was created using tiny

“Sense” by Elbi Elem in Valencia, Spain

Elbi Elem just sent us a series of images from her latest abstract artwork that was just completed somewhere on the streets of Valencia in Spain. With the intervention of “Sense” for the Mes Que Murs Street Art Festival that took place in the Port of Sagunto in Valencia, the artist wanted once again to integrate