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crossconnectmag: “ Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of.

Street Art Using Everyday Objects - Wall to Watch

Street Art Using Everyday Objects - Wall to Watch

Resultado de imagen para arte con basura

Art Is Trash Installation by Barcelona-based street artist Francisco de Pajaro (Art Is Trash) in SoHo, NYC. TheDustyRebel interview with Francisco de Pajaro (El Arte Es Basura), plus more photos of.

Francisco De Pajaro, Barcelona Street Art

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Francisco de Pajaro à Londres | Art is Trash - www.street-art-avenue.com

Francisco de Pajaro à Londres

Street artist turns unwanted trash into whimsical, quirky characters

This Artist Turns Street Trash Into Quirky Monsters Just To Make You Laugh

For this artist, one man's trash is another man's canvas.

Francisco de Pajaro

Francisco de Pajaro

Francisco de Pajaro’s Work Is Complete Trash

Francisco de Pajaro is a street artist whose work smells like total garbage — because it is. His project "Art is Trash" creates socially conscious yet.

Art Is Trash Barcelona’s Francisco de Pajaro (aka El Arte Es Basura) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Art Is Trash Williamsburg, Brooklyn More photos of Francisco de Pajaro (Art Is Trash) at work in NYC.

Francisco de Pájaro, Art is Trash Street Art, Londre 2014

Street Artist Creates Obscure Monsters Out of Random Trash Found in Alleyways and on Sidewalks

Arte Urbano - Francisco de Pájaro "El Arte es Basura"

Francisco de Pájaro is a street artist who uses objects he finds on the street. He turns them into funny, bizarre, and sometimes brilliant pieces of art.

Why does he work with rubbish? “It’s a portrayal of the monstrous side of humanity. I think that trash is a true place to express yourself.” | Meet The Street Artist Turning London's Rubbish Into Art

Why does he work with rubbish? "It’s a portrayal of the monstrous side of humanity. I think that trash is a true place to express yourself.

Francisco de Pajaro

Francisco de Pajaro

FRANCISCO DE PAJARO - Art Is Trash

FRANCISCO DE PAJARO - Art Is Trash

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