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Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Brazil, England, Bosnia-Herzegovina,…
Painting in the streets of the world makes me feel free. I’m not afraid to show what I feel, even if sometimes the clarity can scare.
I want to bring the emotions back into foreground, and what better place than the street? Where art becomes visible and public.
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Always looking for new ideas to evolve my style, my sketchbook accompanies me in the search for inspiration. Colors, shapes, people, emotions and places encountered along the way come together to create small artworks. Some of these will then be used as drafts for a wall.
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Reactions speak for themselves.
“Me and two friends were walking yesterday at night in Barcelona while looking for some answers to our lives (we were a little sad about silly problems) and we found this on a wall. The three of us went crazy because the quote was so relatable and the portrait was so pretty. I just wanted to thank you for leaving your art in our city.” – Anonymous –