In my murals I observe the environment to find evocations and memories of each place and then interpret them on the walls, adapting to the format and situating them in an organic and balanced way in conjunction with the context that surrounds my work.
Architecture encourages me to find new ways to change the appearance of the building and exchange visual information so that both the building and my painting maintain the protagonism, seeking a neutral final aesthetic as I want to respect the coexistence with the neighbours and the environment of the building.
The mural of Spogo is on the corner of Ramón Prieto Bances street and Rafael Sarandeces street.
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