Street Art

Diptych mural by Borondo in Tetuán, Madrid

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.


Borondo’s thoughts on this piece translated from Spanish:


“During my years of living in Madrid city hall I imposed a fine of 3000 euros for a mural on the facade of a busy in less than a month was demolished house. Three years after the Madrid City Council contact me again , in this case offering great opportunity to pay me a similar change of a mural inside the project " Landscape Tetuan" amount .”

“It does not take a genius to realize that for a few years and facilitating repression of unchecked police powers come to be one of the characteristic features of the Spanish state capital . After witnessing several truly grotesque scenes caused by the forces of authority and knowing new laws proposed by the government just make encourage the abuse of power, I decided to dedicate this mural to its sponsor , the city of Madrid, and as it was then reflect my feelings about it .. So from my point of view load behind the Madrid city.”

See additional work from Borondo at his website