Monday, July 04, 2005

Spanish Spray

fishbowl, originally uploaded by C.B. Cebulski.

Before I left for Barcelona, the lovely and talented Doreen Mulryan shot me an e-mail telling me I had to search out graffiti while I was there as the Spanish have taken tagging to the next artistic level. So I took her advice and looked around... and found out firsthand what she meant. There's a park we found call Jardins de Walter Benjamin that was a graffiti paradise, and these kids were REALLY good! I took all kinds of pics I can share for anyone who wants to see it, but it really did transcend your typical expectations of street art. This pic here was my favorite. I'd say it was about 6 to 8 feet wide and 3 or 4 feet high. It really was breathtaking! Thanks for the head's up, Doreen.

Doreen will have her new website, up soon. Be sure to keep checking back for it as she's such an amazing artist who's not getting nearly enough exposure for her work.

1 comment:

Scott Sackett said...

Holy cow that's cool. I'd join that gang!

Please post more.