Kaligrafics Válvulas & Ritmos 2017 – Part three

A little more from Kaligrafics most recent Autumnal graffiti jam.

First up the headline photo is of a piece by Emak and Leim from the Fours and Future Classics crews. What else to say about this piece other than that it is absolutely mind melding! It’s a modern take on graffiti writing, mixing the writing aspect with something almost like pop art to create something that immediately stands out. These guys are definitely pushing the envelope when it comes to graffiti writing at this moment.

The second piece is by Dayre who sticks with a more old school wild style approach to his pieces. Alongside his strong writing is usually a smiling face with a baseball cap which I assume is his graffiti version of a selfie.


The last but by no means least piece is one from frequent collaborators Chesone and Bublegum . Both artists are already experts in creating hyper-realistic pieces and they seem to bring out the best in each other whilst collaborating. One scary thing is that having followed both artists for a couple of years now, their work seems to be getting even stronger. I’m not sure how that’s even possible with the standards they set but they seem to be pushing their pieces even further recently and it’s getting to the point where it’s almost like they have placed a photo on the wall instead of spraying paint.


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Lewis Duncan aka No Grey Walls is a Scottish street art lover/photographer/blogger based in Barcelona.

2 thoughts on “Kaligrafics Válvulas & Ritmos 2017 – Part three

  1. Some really great stuff here, and I know what you mean about pushing the envelope. Some of the writers here in Bristol, Voyder and Deamze in particular, keep smashing their own high standards. Where will it all end?

    1. I really don’t know how some of this can be ‘improved’ upon to be honest. But there seems to be a never ending queue of artists who are seeing things completely differently and keep pushing graffiti in new and exciting directions.

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