Like all members of Madrid-based street art collective La Banda del Rotu, Curruncho proliferates virally in various shapes and forms throughout Madrid. Here are four Continue reading
Walking on Calle San Mateo I came across a motif by KSPER slightly different from the one I posted some weeks ago. At the very bottom I’m also adding one I spotted in Lavapiés:
KSPER, Curruncho, Mufasa, e1000. Lavapiés, 11 May 2014.
Curruncho shares this wall in Lavapiés with this eloquent political stencil to the left:
The stencil is a montage of–as you will see in the linked images–three widely circulated gestures by, from left to right, Spain’s former Minister of the Economy and Managing Director of the IMF Rodrigo Rato, Spain’s current Minister of the Economy Luis de Guindos, and Spain’s current Minister of Finance and Public Administration Cristóbal Montoro.
Lavapiés, May 11, 2014.