Wednesday wall #35 Ludo special

It's another special this week as yet another French artist has spent time some time decorating the streets of Barcelona recently. Ludo was in town for around a week or so and left a host of paste up's scattered around. Interestingly he left them in places definitely not where you would usually find such works. Ludo... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – Weekly round up

It's been a quiet weekend in Barcelona due to quite a lot of rain so I'm actually writing this piece feeling fresh. The poor weather did result in a few jams being cancelled however, which is a shame. Fingers cross they are able to be re-scheduled soon. This week's round up is a bit of... Continue Reading →

Jay Bisual for Contorno Urbano

Street art foundation Contorno Urbano have just added a third wall to their on going 12+1 project. This is the first wall that Contorno have in the heart of Barcelona, the other two being in the suburbs. I suspect this won't be the last of these walls however. I would expect to see Contorno try to bring... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – Weekly round up

This weeks round up is going to be a little shorter than usual. I have been at a festival just outside of Barcelona documenting all of the painting since Friday. And I am feeling the effects! It's amazing how tiring it is just standing around taking photos of artists at work. I dread to think... Continue Reading →

Interview with Matteo Bidini

Hot on the heels of last week's interview with Italian artist Zed1 I am delighted to share this Interview with his manager, gallery owner and curator - Matteo Bidini. Hi Matteo how are you? Tell us a little about yourself...  All good, thank you. I'm here with Gianluca Milli, the second owner of the Street... Continue Reading →

Etnik for Contorno Urbano

Swedish artist Etnik has just completed his latest mural, for Contorno Urbano's 12+1 project in Barcelona. Etnik was born in Stockholm in 1972. He lives and works in Turin (Italy). Active since the early 90’s in the writing scene, Etnik has been searching new ways to push the limits of classical graffiti to an higher... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #33

Dutch artist Wouter van Foose has recently made the move to Barcelona to continue his art studies and has dived straight in to the street art scene here. From checking the artists Instagram page I think he made the move around August time and from my reckoning he's done five walls since he arrived. Looking back... Continue Reading →

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