Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada Intervention in Barcelona

Artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada creates a monumental heart at the Parc dels Pins, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona,) and the city’s multiculturalism beats through its veins. The inspiration for this project came when thinking of Santa Coloma de Gramenet as an essence, a heart, a CŎR where different stories, different hearts live together. A united... Continue Reading →

IPAF 2019 – Street art tours

The International Public Art Festival (IPAF 2019), which runs from 9th until 17th February, brings together an eclectic mix of local and international street artists who will provide a dynamic live art experience on the streets of Salt River. The educational art tour has been created by the organisers of IPAF, BAZ-ART, which saw an... Continue Reading →

Ivesone – Illegal to legal

A few months ago I went out on a late night adventure with Dutch artist and Barcelona resident Ivesone. The plan was for Ives to paint a huge illegal piece on an abandoned building we knew of in the Poblenou area of Barcelona. My idea was to do a time lapse of the whole process.... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #46

This week´s Wednesday wall was a bit of a surprise find. The Wallspot run Forum beach is a really cool spot but it´s pretty out of the way. So despite my best intentions I don´t make it down there all that often. I did think I had been there semi recently but clearly It's been... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – Weekly round up

Welcome street art lovers to another IG inspired weekly round up. By inspired, I actually mean the photos that IG allowed my followers to see due to its utterly shite algorithm! Alas, despite IG´s issues I still have three more amazing pieces of street art to share with you from Barcelona and beyond! BTW, it´s... Continue Reading →

Analog boom bap champion

Readers with a great memory will remember that I interviewed Ashwan back in March of last year. A few weeks back Ash got in touch to see if I´d be interested in assisting/shooting him whilst he installed his latest piece on the streets. I´m sure you can guess my answer to his question... For this... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #45

Apologies in advance for the quality of photos in this week's column. There really isn't a great deal of room to step back and shoot this particular wall. I could really do with a wide angle lens... if any one wants to sponsor me one ya know, that would be lovely! So sadly this piece... Continue Reading →

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