Tag Archives: Spain

What we live with now

Those of you who follow TBTP on a regular basis are well aware that I’m a huge fan of the Spanish artists collective Luzinterruptus. Their international environmentally focused art installations always make bold and memorable statements. “The Plastic We Live With” or … Continue reading

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Madrid Labyrinth

Spanish street art collective Luzinterruptus has been shining a spotlight on the wastefulness of tourists and locals in Madrid with another powerful environmental art installation. The Laberinto de Residuos Plasticos was created from water bottles discarded in and around the capital city’s historic Plaza Mayor during … Continue reading

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Through Time

A few years ago, on a trip to Spain, I was lucky enough to stumble upon the amazing public art installations by a group calling itself Luzinterruptus. I try to keep up with their wonderful and imaginative projects around the world, but … Continue reading

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Gaudi : First and Last

Any trip to Barcelona would be incomplete without visiting the astonishing buildings designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. Soon, for the first time, it will be possible to tour the first private residential building that was created by the … Continue reading

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Tourists Go Home

Last week, the city of Barcelona finally said enough to uncontrolled tourism. The municipal government voted to impose the most sweeping ban on tourist accommodations seen anywhere in Europe, along with added measures to regain control of the city from … Continue reading

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Library Tourism

Portuguese architectural illustrator André Chiote decided to create these colorful posters to celebrate some of the most impressive libraries that he has visited on his travels.

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11 mirages

The magical work of Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel is instantly recognizable due to his signature highly saturated color palette and the unique iconographic language of his geometric figures. His latest project, “11 mirages to the freedom”, wrapped a fresco … Continue reading

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Keep On Trucking

The Truck Art Project is a clever initiative that offers European street artists the opportunity to transform commercial trucks into rolling works of art. A fleet of ten trucks serve as mobile canvases and itinerant art galleries as they travel … Continue reading

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the more noble instinct that aspires

I have been a fan of filmmaker and photographer Alex Soloviev ever since I stumbled upon his visual ode to Germany’s capital in Everyday Berlin. His new short film Highland Fairytale is an atmospheric and haunting visit to Catalunya’s most … Continue reading

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Barcelona Had A Star Gate

A few weeks back, Parc de la Ciutadella in the heart of Barcelona was the site of a temporary star gate. Located in a repurposed DC 9 jet aircraft, the Portal estel-lar was a brilliant sound and light show that … Continue reading

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