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El Tono & Nuria in Spain

I like the abstract character of the artworks by urban artists Nuria and El Tono! Both belong to the most famous street painters worldwide although or even because of their simple style with its great recognition value.

El Tono and Nuria use tape and acrylic-paint for their artworks, which are at first view actually not more than colorful lines, but at the second or third view the spectator recognized the architectural influence.

The interesting about the artworks is the fact, that you can look at them for a long time and already ask yourself about the intention behind the artworks: “Why painted they so simple? What does it mean? Uhh?”…
I love it!

Artworks by Nuria and El Tono can be found around the globe. Recently they visited the Spain métropoles Cordoba and Madrid and did some painting action in the streets:

El Tono & Nuria in Spain
El Tono & Nuria in Spain
El Tono & Nuria in Spain
Cordoba & Madrid – Nuria & El Tono

Via unurth.com. Photos via lepublicnme.

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  1. Eltono’s work remind a lot of Eberhard Bosslet, striking similarities in my opinion…

  2. His is an abstract variation of a tuning fork,Hers a key.You can see this in all their work.

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