Granada is one of the prettiest cities in the world. The enormous quantity of good graffiti art makes it even better to me. “El Niño de las Pinturas” was the artist I liked the most.
There are so many great works of this artist in the streets that in order to have a good photo collection you must turn it into a mission. I was there only for a weekend but I was staying near by his house and the streets around the house were full with is works. Here are only few pictures so you can have and idea… find more at http://www.elninodelaspinturas.com. He is also the artist that made the cover of a great spanish band’s album, “Barí” from “Ojos de Brujo”.
If you are found of this kind of street art, don’t forget to visit Granada. If you don’t like graffiti, no problem, the city is amazing anyway! ;)
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