Ripo, Escif, C215 and JCHM IX in the Avant-Garde Urbano Festival

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Curated by street artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada (interviewed here), the Avant-Garde Urbano Festival took place at the beginning of the month in the small town of Tudela de Navarra, Spain. Rodriguez-Gerada invited Ripo (covered here and here), Escif (covered here), C215 and JCHM IX to create large-scale murals on the walls of the city’s historical architecture. Known for his love of signage, Ripo created a detailed mural with flourishing letters that read, “Surreal but so real.” Escif, whose style is much more minimal, painted a simple, yet elegant flower reminiscent of a botanical illustration. C215 and JCHM IX added a cacophony of color to the mix — C215 in a figurative portrait, and JCHM IX in the form of an abstract pattern that crawls across the facade of a building. Take a look at the results of the festival below.





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