Urban Art, Human Space. 6th Edition of “Avant Garde Tudela” in Spain
In this new piece by Catalan artist Lucas Milá the paint itself plays a role in the story because it appears and disappears with the light and temperature – a project of photochromic paint. In the mural, made in the town of Peralta, you can see a vegetable farmer, possibly from the area known as the Ribera, whose shirt goes from a dark blue to an absolute white covered with vegetables. Similarly in the background landscape some clouds disappear when the sun hits.
Category: ArtistsTags: Avant Garde Tudela VI > Brooklyn Street Art > Btoy > C215 > Fer Alcalá > Jaime Rojo > Jorge Rodriguez Gerarda > Kenor > Lucas Milá > Miquel Wert > Spain > SpY > Steven P. Harrington > Street Art Festivals > Tudela