Location: London

Borondo has produced some of the best work this year through his clever use of space and narrative. His murals don't just sit in the locations where he places them, but instead interact with the spaces they inhabit. This piece on London's East River combines a love for the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, in particular John Everett Millais’ rendition of Ophelia. Collaborating with Carmen Maín, Borondo brings Ophelia's death to life, showing her poetically floating along a river, which mimics her Shakespearian death by drowning.