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Street Art // Monday, February 03, 2014
Hyuro continues to challenge stereotypes of women and relating social stigmas in this minimalist new piece. This was painted in her hometown of Valencia, Spain, showing a women vacuuming with a child in her arm.

Hyuro x Vinz in Valencia, Spain

Street Art // Monday, January 27, 2014
Despite both artists hailing from Spain, Vinz and Hyuro have never collaborated on the streets until now. Painted in Hyuro’s hometown of Valencia, it’s very apparent who did what here and we hope there’s more to come!

¨Prendere le redini della situazione¨ by Hyruo in Terracina, Italy

Street Art // Monday, January 13, 2014
Hyuro wasted no time in the New Year painting a new mural in Terracina, Italy. The Spanish artist painted four images of a colorfully dressed woman mounting a horse.

Hyuro continues to produce an abundance of new murals

Street Art // Friday, December 27, 2013
Another day and yet another new piece from the Spanish muralist, Hyuro. This time around, the artist painted the image of a women with a strange metal piece attached to her waste as she stands and gazes up a ladder. Painted on the street in Valencia, Spain.

New piece by Hyuro in Valencia, Spain

Street Art // Thursday, December 26, 2013
Rarely do we see a male figure included into one of Hyuro’s female dominant murals. The Spanish artist work often depicts uncommon scenes that challenge stereotypes of women and social stigmas. A line of women with a man in the middle wait patiently to stand on a step stool for an unknown reason

New piece by Hyuro in Valencia, Spain

Street Art // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
A shoeless women grips a cow while holding it over her head in Hyuro’s most recent piece in the streets of Valencia, Spain.
" Stop Violence Against Woman" by Hyuro in Formia, Italy
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" Stop Violence Against Woman" by Hyuro in Formia, Italy

Street Art // Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Hyuro has painted the powerful image of a group of women holding a large sheet with tallies on it. The image was painted by the Spanish artist to raise awareness of the issue of violence against women. The United Nations General Assembly designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, which was the time this was painted around a few weeks back.
 HYURO IN PERPIGNAN, FRANCE part 2
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HYURO IN PERPIGNAN, FRANCE part 2

Street Art // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Last week while participating in the “Bienal de Arte de in Perpignan” in Perpignan, France, Hyuro painted her first piecethat was the image of a women balancing on several brooms. Wasting no time, the Spanish artist went to work on another large wall, which you can see here. This time Hyuro painted a number of women expressing various emotions and gestures, all dressed in muted colors. 
New piece by Hyuro in Perpignan, France
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New piece by Hyuro in Perpignan, France

Street Art // Monday, October 28, 2013
“Reach absolute balance with the power of the mind” is the title of Spanish artist, Hyuro’s newest piece for the Bienal de Arte de Perpignan in Perpignan, France. The surreal and striking image of a women balancing on several brooms can be seen on the side of a building in this piece.
Another NEW HYURO PAINTING IN ARIES, FRANCE
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Another NEW HYURO PAINTING IN ARIES, FRANCE

Street Art // Friday, September 27, 2013
The image of four woman (one paddling) in a box is the subject of Spain-based artist, Hyruo’s newest painting. Over time, the artist’s work has increasingly become more minimalistic and mysterious, leaving viewers with unanswered questions of meaning. This new piece, like the last one, in Aries, France has great placement on a beautifully weathered wall.
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