Huge New Suso33 Mural Goes Up in Spain

Huge New Suso33 Mural Goes Up in SpainImage via Street Art News / Photo by Vandal Voyeur

The new building-sized mural by Spanish painter Suso33 works on a number of different levels of detail. The concentration of figures on the wall, each representing an individual, come together in a group that represents a body as one. From a distance, the mural congeals around the idea of a collection of individuals being more effective when in congress. Up close, each figure appears as a loose collection of sketch lines, girded by their shadows. It’s a simple technique executed on a grand and cohesive manner.

The mural is on display in Madrid, at the plaza del Poeta Leopoldo de Luis. Check out some photos above.

Photos by the incomparable Vandal Voyeur.

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