Spanish street artist Aryz has gone back to his roots in Spain and created a mural somewhere in the Bilbao region. He worked quickly through this piece, presenting some of his newest skeleton work. Aryz shared some words in regards to how the community reacted when this piece was done:
Quite a few neighbors didn’t like it that much and as a consequence I had some issues during the process. As I’ve said more than once I don’t paint nice imagery to have public acceptance… of course I don’t paint either to have a bad time, but sometimes you have to deal with certain things when you are on the street.
He stays true to his art. Check out more images below.
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