Since the mid-80s, shortly after he had worked himself up to the showcase graffiti artist of Spain, Madrid-based writer Spy began to deal with other forms of artistic communication in public space. Since then, Spy is titled as a second Banksy, because of the extreme innovation and audacity of his artworks. He therefore enjoys a heightened public interest, not only in Spain but also in Europe and around the world.
Yesterday I found some nice photos of new Spy-artworks on one of my favourite blogs rebelart.net, which I don’t want to withhold any longer:
For more info about Spanish street artist Spy, visit his website.