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SpY, a street artist from Madrid, started out in the urban art scene in the mid-80s with graffiti work. He quickly gained recognition and became a national reference as a graffiti artist. He then started to work with other forms of artistic communication in the street: large posters, modified signs and eventually playfully painted playgrounds.

When it comes down to it, SpY is making simple, insightful and sometimes comical interpretations of a standard object in a city environment. He takes objects that in its intrinsic form are boring or gritty, but become whimsical talking points once SpY wraps his hands around it.

Full of irony and a positive sense of humor, his work appears to inspire a smile or a thought. Check out our gallery of SpY.

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