At the end of April 2019, I finally made one of the walls I had most expected to do in recent months. GarGar festival, is an initiative that every year seeks to find different Street Art and Graffiti artists to paint the facades of the houses of the town of Penellas (Original name in Catalan Penelles), in Catalonia-Spain. This year the festival celebrated its fourth edition, completing more than 100 walls, all of them around agriculture and the identity of the region.


The wall that I have intervened is on the outskirts of the town, counting on its right side with one of Treze’s works (@acidcollapse), a renowned artist from Sabadell-Barcelona, ​​who participated in 2016 for the second edition of the same festival.

In order not to break the aesthetic and thematic line that was on the wall, I decided to follow the same bases, leaving “air” between the two works, respecting the space around Treze’s original work. For personals reasons it was very important to me to be able to leave a work by his side in a space that sooner or later, due to its dimensions, would be intervened by other artist.


Thanks to GarGar for taking care of everything that i needed for the preparation of this work.

If you have the opportunity to travel to Catalonia, you cannot miss the charm of this small town, located just 1 hour and a half from the city of Barcelona.