17 Poetic and Melancholic Spanish Works of Street Art
Pejac is a Spanish artist. While still in school, he started painting on walls. This has not changed until today. He works on the streets to bring his art to all those who cannot afford to buy a ticket in a museum. He believes that one should speak to the audience in a soft voice, because then they will come up to the artist to listen.
#1 Work Entitled Everything Is Relative Is Located in Madrid
A Dingy Wall Was Creatively Repurposed And .
…Became a Small Work of Art Located Under a Cloud
#2 Everyone Can Be an Artist (Tokyo)
#3 Artwork in Santander, Spain, Encouraging People to Take Care of the Earth
#4 Flying Birds in Salamanca
#5 A Girl Weaving a Spider Web in Salamanca
#6 A Man Putting His Thoughts in Order in Santander
#7 Entering Another Land in Paris
#8 Vandalism in Paris
#9 People Like Ants in Paris
#10 The Viewfinder Became a Fish Eye
#11 Iron Door Curtain in Seoul
#12 Seppuku (Tokyo)
#13 Little Cancer Patients From Santander Hospital Helped…
…Artist to Recreate Van Gogh’s Field of Wheat With Cypresses
#14 A Battered Brick Wall Transformed Into a Man Made Tree (Madrid)
#15 The Work Hope Was Dedicated to All the People Who Feel Lonely and Forgotten
#16 Deer on the Tracks in Madrid
#17 Gulliver (Tokyo)
What’s your favorite street art?