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Madrid Street Art | As some of you already know, I used the announced posting break to travel to Madrid to have some relaxed days with friends and to have a look at what’s going on in the Spanish capital.

Although the weather hasn’t been as good as desired we explored large parts of the city, especially around Tirso de Molina, Sol, Calle de Atocha and Chueca, visited the Museo Reina Sofia to have a close look at Picasso’s masterpiece “Guernica”, took the “Teleférico” (a cable car), visited the great “Tabacalera” art space and of course discovered a lot of great street artworks by Nuria, Sabek, La Pluma Eléctri*k, Blu, BR1, Roa, Rallito X and many more!

Now we’re back and I will go on keeping you posted about what’s up in the international street art and graffiti world! Last but not least here are some impressions from the street of Madrid…

Urban Artcore Madrid
Urban Artcore Madrid
Urban Artcore Madrid
Urban Artcore Madrid
Urban Artcore Madrid
Urban Artcore Madrid

2 total comments on this postSubmit yours
  1. Last one by Skount, in case you want to add him to the tags.


  2. hello
    i just say that is a nice post!there are really good street artworks in Madrid
    and in the last photo, the artwork its mine
    good web with a good content


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