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Haunting and Desolate Spanish Street Art by David de la Mano

 - Feb 7, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011
References: daviddelam.blogspot & woostercollective
I love the way art has no boundaries, hence guerrilla urban art goes round the globe! I really like these murals in desolated areas from Spanish street artist David de la Mano. The pieces were spotted in Salamanca, Spain.

David de la Mano is an illustrator who draws these interesting characters featured in the gallery above. The mural with the haunting nude figures crawling on the floor looking distraught is amazing.

Implications - While this Spanish street art may not be the best to put up in mural form on a children's bedroom wall, it would certainly satisfy many adults craving for cool artwork. Any of this art would definitely be one of a kind and a statement piece in any home.