Another paint jam that took place this summer was a Treze tribute/remembrance event. The event was held in Badia de Valles a short train ride away from Barcelona. It seems to be far easier for artists to arrange walls in these small towns than in the city. And I always enjoy going out to theseContinue reading “Treze forever – Street jam in Badia de Valles”
July saw international graffiti event, Meeting of styles hold a jam in Barcelona. This is the first Meeting of Styles in Barcelona in god knows how long. Hopefully it’s the start of an annual event here like in many other major cities.
Guate Mao has loads of little stencils dotted around Barcelona. The French artist visited Barcelona again last year and left behind 8 or so pieces. Sadly like a lot of pieces here the vast majority of them have been defaced in some way or other.
Eledu & Kram are the feature on this week’s Wednesday wall. You may remember me moaning about a lack of sleep due to my new puppy recently. Well, this has it’s advantages sometimes when you are walking around the neighbourhood and a bright idea pops into your head.
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada has just shared his stunning new studio works with me. These small pieces were created as part of his “Fragments” series. This series features fragments of very old, multilayered wall paint surfaces. Each piece of wall is from a very special place in Navarra (north of Spain).