Valencia’s old town is awash with graffiti and it’s hard to walk down its winding alleys without encountering at least some form of captivating street art.
We’re sure you’ll have seen this little guy hiding in nooks and crannies in and around El Carmen and over the past year or so you may have noticed an increase in David de Limón’s ninjas. These simple, balaclava-clad figures -often life-sized and wielding a can of spray paint- seem to have downright invaded the city, forming an integral part of the urban landscape.
And now they’re set to take on a whole new dimension. David de Limón will be presenting his vibrant art from Friday 23rd October until Saturday 7th November in Espai Russafa, a multipurpose art space in a popular district of Valencia. Pass by the gallery on Calle Denia Tuesdays to Saturdays between 5pm and 9pm to see the full works, including hand-finished prints.
David de Limón‘s ninjas can be seen rubbing shoulders with the crème de la crème of Valencian graffiti artists, such as in the photo below taken on Calle Quart alongside Hyuro and Escif.
There have also been collaborations with local bombers Are you Dead? which resulted in, among other things, this fun mural below.
Fancy heading to the exhibition? Here’s all the info you need…
You can read more about graffiti in Valencia in our post Street Art Valencia.
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