“Satelite Comealmas” by Liqen in Ponta Delgada, Azores

Liqen is a Spanish street artist from Galicia who realises impressive murals that reflect on the human condition and the diversity of the species. For the nickname, he takes inspiration from the composite organism born from the union between algae and fungus that gives it unique features and make it adaptable to changing environments. His … More “Satelite Comealmas” by Liqen in Ponta Delgada, Azores

“Fer Lenya” by Borondo in Barcelona, Spain

Spanish artist Gonzalo Borondo is internationally known for his very personal technique made by scratching the surface for revealing the forms. His art is a deep research on the fragility of the psyche that displays ungraceful and fragmentary figures combined with the context. The connection with setting is essential for the final configuration of the … More “Fer Lenya” by Borondo in Barcelona, Spain

Seth Globepainter in Belleville Park, Paris

Julien Malland aka Seth Globepainter is eclectic artist from France unknown internationally for his joyful rendition of children entering in colourful voids. Travelling around the world, he uses the places as source of inspiration for his paintings be guided by encounters, people and situations. His murals have a universal message but they want especially to … More Seth Globepainter in Belleville Park, Paris

“Nefeli: Silence” by Simoni Fontana in Glasgow, Scotland

Simoni Fontana is an artist based in Greece. She doesn’t afraid to experiment, finding in street art an ally congenial to her artistic language. Her style is defined as pop-surrealist,her references draw from Japanese iconography,manga,which she re-elaborates with a personal vision, sometimes extending to dreamlike and fairytale worlds. A simple construction: a female face (which … More “Nefeli: Silence” by Simoni Fontana in Glasgow, Scotland