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Painter Abdul Vas – A Living Link between Punk Rock and Street Art

Abdul Vas’ work exhibits his quest for an original voice that one must endeavour to hear in order to comprehend, fathom, and appreciate the desires of an artist who creates a singular world, filled with symbols, messages, and cryptograms, some of them ill-intentioned at times. The aesthetic propositions of the artist reflect upon the exercise of an artistic practice tied to the execution of a single operation of an indestructible affinity, of veneration, and of humble surrender to its unification by means of an artistic action. One might even compare the pictorial action with the strength one needs to enter a recording studio to make an album. Re-presentation and presentation of a constant impulse to display a revitalized grandeur that is exponentially valued towards a constant dedication to underscore the power of his obsessions in the world of AC/DC and all his subjects in general.

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Streetart Barcelona

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València – Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències

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València – Charitydrinks – This is not another….

How a good party should be: Good parties have to be badly organized, the guests should have to pay a lot for entrance, the DJs should get put on a podium for glory and there they should play a lot of same-sounding crap music over and over again. A drink should be at minimum 10 Euros and at least have some ingredients from the next street, toilet water and other indefinite moistures in it, and of course before serving it should get put in very high quality bottles with nice labels. But in the end it´s not about the drinks. It´s about the cool and high expensive and hipster outfit. And the fucking shoes….

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Donostia – San Sebastián in Black and White

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Streetart València

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Barcelona – Las Ramblas Street Performer

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València – Ciutat Vella, Túria and Gulliver Park

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Pamplona – Sanfermines and Race de Toros

The city and the festivites are awesome, but the reason is very questionable. But it´s the tradition and they keep on doing it. We visited Pamplona, the Fiestas de San Fermín and went as well to the colosseum to watch the “famous” fighters and “great” encounters. It was just horrible, disgusting and we didn´t make it long. Or let´s say the surrounding didn´t make us stay long. We got kicked out after half an hour because we couldn´t stay calm and started commenting… Yes, tradition is good and it´s good to preserve it. Killing life isn´t necesarily included. Everybody can have his, hers, its, whatever opinion. Mine is this: I definitly don´t like killing animals for fun! This has to stop! But this is just one part of the event, the city is much more about and culture and socity is very complex and difficult. Like everywhere.

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Las Fallas – Valèncian Spring Festival on San José

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Barcelona – Catalunya Capital

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València – Oceanografico

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Llorret de Mar – Innovation in the Sun

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València – Mercat Central Exquisits

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Peñíscola – Province of Castellón

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València – Playa de la Malvarrosa, Cabanyal and Canyamelar

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Streetart San Sebastián

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Streetart Ibiza – Urban Art on the Balearic Island

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