I just got a few images of this new collaborative mural painted by Pablo S. Herrero and Joaquín Vila ‘Juako’ in Juzbado, Salamanca, Spain.
Titled ‘Libro abierto’ (Open Book), the new mural covers the exterior walls of a large square structure. The composition includes some key elements characteristic of the area, like the heron, and trees and plants. All symbols discussed during several meetings with the neighbours in the days previous to the complexion of the work. The result is a poetic representation of the town of Juzbado and its inhabitants. Here are a few images of the work:
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