Parees Fest Brings 10 New Murals to Oviedo, Spain

Ovni painting “Centralilla electrical circuit (Electric circuit board).” Photo: Fernando Alcalá.

Ten new murals were painted in two days in the city of Oviedo in Asturias, Spain last week—all thanks to the new mural festival, Parees Fest. Managed by Edu Curosio, the festival included a mural competition, graffiti workshops, and talks on women and gender in art.

Thanks to Edu, Parees Fest just became our first festival partner: all ten murals are now on the ArtAround map, with their locations accessible to the world via ArtAround’s web and iOS apps. See all ten of the incredible new murals below, and click the photo or title to see the artwork in the ArtAround database.

October 14-15, 2017

 

Photo: Parees Fest

Mural sin nombre (No name mural)

by Agostino Iacurci

 

Photo: Mirahaciatras

Centralilla electrical circuit (Electric circuit board)

by Anna Taratiel (Ovni)

 

Photo: Mirahaciatras

Todo lo que no tuve yo quiero que lo tengas tú

(I want you to have everything I didn’t)

by Elisa Capdevila

 

Photo: Fernando Alcalá

Fox & Rabbit

by Susie Hammer

 

Photo: Mirahaciatras

Caras (Faces) 

by Bitxo

 

Photo: Fernando Alcalá 

Noche Blanca de Oviedo (Oviedo White Night)

Spogo

 

Photo: Fernando Alcalá

Untitled

by Bastian Prendes

 

Photo: Mirahaciaatras

Untitled

by Asociarte (Xav, Neñu, Eleman)

 

Photo: Fernando Alcalá

Untitled

by Creatura (SKF, Hosk, Jalos)

 

Photo: Mirahaciatras

Untitled

by Paint Pression (Brus, DMS1, Sonek)

 


 

See all the Parees Fest murals on the ArtAround map. And if you or someone you know works on a mural, public art, or street art festival, email us and help us archive all the work you’re doing for years to come.

 

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Lindsey
Lindsey

Lindsey Davis is a digital editor and emerging street art scholar investigating public art's potential as a transformative societal element. Since 2015 she has served as the digital content editor for the Peabody Award-winning nonprofit Art21. Her blog, the Arrow, is an editorial component of her documentary nonprofit project ArtAround, an original open-source web platform through which we can collectively archive the art in our shared spaces.

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Lindsey

Lindsey

Lindsey Davis is a digital editor and emerging street art scholar investigating public art's potential as a transformative societal element. Since 2015 she has served as the digital content editor for the Peabody Award-winning nonprofit Art21. Her blog, the Arrow, is an editorial component of her documentary nonprofit project ArtAround, an original open-source web platform through which we can collectively archive the art in our shared spaces.