Diptych mural by Borondo in Tetuán, Madrid
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Diptych mural by Borondo in Tetuán, Madrid

Street Art // Monday, December 30, 2013
Borondo has newly painted a beautiful diptych mural of two figures with their arms crossed behind their backs in Tetuán, Madrid. Having in the past been described as a figurative impressionism style, his painterly esthetic exudes rich emotion and intensity. 

video: Borondo - "Piedad"

Street Art // Sunday, December 22, 2013
Check out this new video of Spanish artist, Borondo, painting an abstract figurative mural with rollers in Rome, Italy. Entitled “Piedad,” the artist’s technique is not typical for muralists, but work very well in his favor.

"Adam & Eve" by Borondo in London

Street Art // Wednesday, November 20, 2013
With a style that has been described as figurative impressionism, Spanish artist, Borondo, is an up and coming artist to keep an eye on. His painterly pieces are rich in sensibility and expression, and have a ceratin captivating attribute. His newest paintings are in the streets of Shoreditch, London, where he completed two beautiful new pieces underneath a pair of bridges.

"Shame" and "Mercy" by Borondo

Street Art // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Working in a style that could be described as figurative impressionism, Spanish artist, Borondo, makes beautiful large-scale painterly pieces. He recently completed two new pieces in Athens and Rome. The first entitled “Mercy” shows a naked figure embracing another and the other entitled “Shame” is of eight images painted on glass showing varying perspectives of a naked figure. 
Three nude women by Borondo in Blanca, Spain
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Three nude women by Borondo in Blanca, Spain

Street Art // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
We first heard of Borondo when the artist painted old family portraits directly on to haystacks. It was one of the stranger choices in canvases we have seen. Now, the Spanish painter has created the following mural painted in a traditional painterly style of three nude women. Apparently, all three women are wearing the same handkerchiefs as a cultural representation bringing together Catholics, Muslims and the nonreligious.Blanca has a long culturally divided history, opposed to the present, where all cultures co-exist peacefully with one another now. Beautifully executed for the size.

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