La Tabacalera #17

Although this piece by Argentinian visual artist Sofi Mele is quite small and also obscured by a fire extinguisher box it's a real eye catcher and deserves to be shared. The piece was originally much much bigger. By the time I arrived in La Tabacalera the whole right hand side had been painted over by something else.... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #43

It's always nice when you meet an artist who's work you like and they turn out to be super nice. Case in point, I met the wonderful Dilk1 whilst he was on his annual visit to Barcelona late last year. I had seen on Dilk's IG story that he was working on a piece at the famous... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – Weekly round up

After a bit of an unexpected extended break I am back back back! I planned on taking a wee bit of time off over Christmas which somehow turned into a five week break! Laziness got the better of me, sorry peeps! Nevertheless, I have fought out of my slumber, I'm listening to Circadian Rhythms on... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #42

This weeks Wednesday wall is a Christmas selection box of works by Italian artist Luca Di Maggio. Luca has been visiting Barcelona the past few weeks (maybe he's still here, I don't know) and he was clearly feeling productive. I'm sharing five of his pieces but I know of another two at least that I have... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – Weekly round up

It's always such a come down to go back to real life after some time away. Especially after spending a few days in Berlin hunting for art and eating Bratwurst! Let's be honest, I could happily do that all day every day. The shining light when coming back 'home' is that the streets in Barcelona... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kimchi Juice

I've had the pleasure of bringing you a couple of really good interviews the past few Friday's. These interviews have been around the VA Street Art Festival and this one is the last in the three part series. This week's it's the turn of Austrian born US resident Kimchi Juice... enjoy! Hi Julia how are... Continue Reading →

Elian Chali

Renowned Argentinian artist Elian Chali has recently completed his first ever mural in Barcelona. Chali was invited to Barcelona by Bostik Murals the urban art project developed by local organisation Difusor. Alongside this mural the artist held a small exhibition of original pieces within the Nau Bostik gallery. However Difusor didn't just stop there, they... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #41

I'm pretty sure I have featured the work of Emak before. If I haven't then shame on me as he is one of Barcelona's best and most inventive writers. I've explained to you before that I sometimes don't 'get' burners. My tastes are slowly changing however and that's down to artists like Emak.  Simply put... Continue Reading →

Nulo for Contorno Urbano

Uruguayan artist Nulo has created the latest mural in Contorno Urbano's 12+1 project in Sant Feliu Llobregat. Contorno now have four of these projects running at different locations around the city. Keeping me fit running around to see them all! The artwork: Sobrenatural In this artwork, nature and its forces are represented. The artist found... Continue Reading →

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