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Interview: Mohamed L’ghacham

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Interview with Sebas Velasco

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Honest And Candid Interview With Dulk

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It is vital to preserve ancient buildings and monuments; they reflect history, and help to understand inhabitants who lived in different eras. For a recent restoration project in Tortosa, a small city in the south of Catalonia, the artist Roc Blackblock visited in July and December to create “At once I understand that man is …

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2017 has been a very busy year for Argentinean Artist Milu Correch. She had her first solo show “Among Ashes” in Buenos Aires, her hometown, and managed to paint several murals in Argentina and parts of Europe.  About “Among Ashes” Exhibition “Among ashes” is Milu’s first solo show exhibited in April 2017 in a workshop …

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Northern Spain’s Vitoria-Gasteiz, home of the Basque parliament and capital of the Basque Country, is a green city, rich in natural areas. Recently, Spanish artist Manolo Mesa visited the Errekaleor neighborhood to paint a new mural titled “La Pagarra” (The Paste) that raises awareness of the struggles of this unique place. About the Mural “La …

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The 12+1 Project is an exciting year-long event that’s organized by the Contorno Urbano Foundation in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, just southwest of Barcelona. Each month brings a new talent to paint a mural and leave their imprint on the city. Its newest edition, comes from the Spanish artist Miquel Wert who created a hypnotic and …

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Moroccan Born, Spanish artist Mohamed L’chacham just completed a stunning mural in the coastal Ca’n Picafort of the Spanish Island of Majorca. The mural was curated by Saladin Art Festival. About The Mural Entitled “Casa Laquita“, the mural was painted on one of the oldest houses in Ca’n Picafort, Majorca, which was recently classified as part of the …

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Mohamed L’Ghacham (1993) is a painter and muralist from Mataró (Barcelona), born in Tangier (Morocco). Mohamed was always interested in the plastic arts. He discovered the world of graffiti during his school days  and years later he became attracted by the most classic painters and the language they use. His work is mainly figurative with …

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Sebas Velasco was born 1988 in Burgos, Spain. He started in the graffiti world in 2004 as he painted the streets of his hometown. He defined his creative process while completing a Masters Degree in Fine Arts at the University of País Vasco (UPV/EHU) in Bilbao.  His art often deals with an enviable naturalism technique. His …

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Spanish artist Joaquín Vila painted a fascinating new mural in the town of Villaherreros, Palencia, Spain. About The Mural The latest mural of Joaquín Vila, aka Juako, represents the identity of the region of “Tierra de Campos”, which is a natural Spanish region, located in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon, that extends also into the …

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Spanish muralist and multimedia artist Elbi Elem transformed an education center into a work of art for Més Que Murs Festival in Port of Sagunto, Valencia, Spain. About The Mural The mural, entitled ‘Sense’ is clearly representative of Elbi Elem’s art as it represents a dynamic and complex structure made of curves and straight lines …

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Antonio Segura Donat aka Dulk, is a Spanish artist, born in Valencia in 1983. As a child Antonio used to copy illustrations of exotic animals he found in his parents’ collection of old encyclopedias. And he took his sketchbook with him everywhere he went. At the age of nineteen, a close friend persuaded him to tackle …

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The Ring. Elbi Elem. Photo Clara Anton Artwork

Catalan artist Elbi Elem painted a new piece for Contorno Urbano, an open-air art gallery in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona (Spain). About The Mural The March artist for the Project 12+1 by Contorno Urbano in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat is Elbi Elem. In her new piece titled “The ring”, she uses the architecture elements and colors that …

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Spanish artist PEJAC just released the “Redemption” series using pressed wood as a pseudo-canvas. About The “Redemption” Series With only pencil and ink, PEJAC managed to hide some of the existing elements as well as elevate others, creating an effective illusion of perspective within which he placed unexpected imagery, while also addressing environmental issues as a constant …

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