Interview with Maga

I proudly bring you my latest interview, this time with local artist Maga. She tells me about how her artistic path started and her plans for the future. Hi Maga how are you? Tell us a little about yourself… I’m an Illustrator, mural artist and educator from Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona). I love drawing, painting,... Continue Reading →

Perpetual Flow – Gerada in Morocco

Perpetual Flow: The impressive land art piece created by Jorge Rodríguez- Gerada in the desert near Ouarzazate (Morocco) Created to bring attention to the importance of waste water management. This piece was commissioned for the 2019 Lavazza Calendar ‘Good to Earth’ The Artwork ‘Perpetual Flow’ is Gerada’s first large scale artwork in Morocco and extends... Continue Reading →

Interview with Zurik

For this latest interview I am delighted to feature Colombian graffiti writer Zurik. Based near Barcelona her unique style is full of colour combinations and abstract shapes. She tells me about her career, love of movies and future plans. Hi Zurik how are you? Tell us a little about yourself… Hi! I am really good... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #51

French artist Dogz has been on a bit of a tear in Barcelona recently. I assume he is relatively new to the city as I don't remember seeing his work before the start of the year. By my count he has done 14 walls since February. Talk about throwing yourself into the scene! This particular piece is... Continue Reading →

La Tabacalera #18

Since I got myself back in the game with Lisbon and Berlin posts last week it seems appropriate to do a Madrid one this week. It's just a small piece but one by an artist I like a lot. That artist goes by the name of Zon. The funny thing about this piece is that... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – weekly round up

Welcome to another weekly round up on No Grey Walls. Just for a change there will be no complaining about Instagram this week. All you are gonna get is a few words about my three favourite pieces from the past week. This week is an all Barcelona special with street art from Rilke Roca, Pablo... Continue Reading →

Interview with Joel Arroyo

Joel Arroyo must be one of the most prolific artists on the streets on Barcelona. There is barely a day that goes by without him painting a new photorealistic piece of work. Oh and if he's not doing that he's throwing up one of his tags under his El-Joel alias. Thankfully Joel managed to find... Continue Reading →

Street art Berlin #5

Since I pulled my finger out and did a Lisbon column this week, I thought I'd add a Berlin one to the mix also. My Berlin posts to date have been of relatively small pieces so let's switch it up with this full scale mural. It's of course by Herakut and took me quite some... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #50

I have very little clue where Host is from (Brazil or Portugal is my best guess) but I've been seeing his work on the streets for a minute now. I wouldn't say he was prolific so I'm not 100% sure if he is based here full time or not. Anyway there is something about Host's... Continue Reading →

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