In the Sant Martí district, there are still industrial wastelands where one can find all kinds of graffiti. Today I have decided to restyle one of my favorite ones. The result looks quite Chagall-like, don’t you think?
Cave paintings of the Palaeolithic period fascinate me, and I believe that graffiti are the modern version of that artistic expression. The one here reflects this connection between past and present, don’t you think?
Dilapidated building sometimes showcase true works of art, like here where the peeled-off bill and paint look like a running man, don’t you think so?
Here is a picture based on a graffiti I captured in the Raval neighborhood of Barcelona. It will give you good vibrations for the whole week.
Here is a graffiti seen in one of the streets of the Raval neighborhood in Barcelona. It is just perfect for Mother’s Day which is celebrated in the month of May in most countries around the world, even though on different days.
You know that I am fond of graffiti, so this week I have decided to alter a mural I found in the Provençals del Poblenou neighborhood. Barcelona’s city council invites artists to express themselves on the facades of buildings that will soon be torn down, especially in areas which used to be dedicated to factories […]