Weekly round up – Feat Studio Insano

There was zero chance of missing this weeks round up since the previously mentioned puppy still does not like letting me sleep. I've got all the time in the world to write now! This week's round up features a few crackers. I'll be sharing work from Studio Insano, Ioke, Art3ano, Ekosaurio and Fase. Two mentions... Continue Reading →

Sagieart – Wednesday wall #56

Swedish artist Sagieart is this week's Wednesday wall feature. Unfortunately I only have one piece to share and not two. The reason for that? The local council spending tax payers money to buff one of his pieces that was painted at a legal spot. What's the point of legal spots if the authorities still buff... Continue Reading →

La Puda (Fase)

Finding street art/graffiti in abandoned buildings must be one of my greatest pleasures. Recently I have visited La Puda near Monserrat along with a couple of artists. La Puda is a former spa which was built in 1870. During the nineteenth and twentieth centuries it was visited by the bourgeoisie of Barcelona. It was closed in... Continue Reading →

Weekly round up feat. Albert Bonet

I'm bringing you work from Albert Bonet, Tim Marsh and a collaboration between Invalid Ink and Breakvik this week. I missed last weeks post sadly. Blame it on a 13 week old puppy dictating my life and sleeping patterns. He's cute though so I'll let him off. Albert Bonet So this piece from Albert Bonet... Continue Reading →

Sledone – Wednesday wall #55

Bristolian artist Sledone recently paid a little visit to Barcelona. Like so many other artists Sledone found the time to paint a couple of pieces whilst on 'holiday'. Do artists actually holiday properly? Or does every trip end up with at least one spray somewhere!? Sledone actually painted twice whilst here, or twice that I... Continue Reading →

Parees Festival 2019 Line up announcement

Parees festival have announced the line up for their 2019 edition. This year will see Parees festival hold it's third edition, in the city of Oviedo, Spain. Six internationally recognised artists will be part of the 2019 Parees festival. Regular readers might remember that I visited the festival last year where I had an amazing... Continue Reading →

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