This Is How You Do Street Embroidery in Spain – I’m in LOVE!

This Is How You Do Street Embroidery in Spain – I’m in LOVE!

If you’ve ever been to Spain – Barcelona especially – you know that street art is a huge part of the culture. Amazing, fantastic, mind-blowing art everywhere in public spaces!

So I’m not surprised to come across this amazeballs collection of guerilla embroidery on trash cans – not to be missed!

Street Embroidery in Spain

Street Embroidery in Spain

Street Embroidery in Spain

Street Embroidery in Spain

Street Embroidery in Spain

It’s a simple way to bring a community together to make art and I like the idea of making trash cans beautiful. This gets all the thumbs up from me!

Collection by Alícia Roselló Gené.





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