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?
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 […]
What I like above all, when I stroll around Barcelona, is to come across indistinct shapes and spots of paint on street furniture, which I then convert into scenic elements of my own imaginary world.
Barcelona is a multicultural, and welcoming city, full of joie de vivre. Nothing and no one can spoil its charm, its colors, and the warmth of its friendly people.
For once I will not be showing off the beauties of Barcelona, but I will talk about Montgat. Yesterday I visited there an abandoned ceramic factory, and this is what I came across.
The painter Salvador Dalí lived in Portlligat near Cadaqués. His house has been converted into a museum. This is my vision of his studio.