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Madrid street art projects are looking for contributors. Are you one of them?

The graffiti industry is now taking a huge role on the development of Madrid street art projects. Just as an example, there are several organizations which develop activities in town that color the city and its landscape. Citizens from all nationalities may participate in them, but do you know how to implement the contemporary art in your neighborhood? Join now!

Madris street art projects: From Kolors!

When you spend more than 10.000 hours practicing an activity, experts say you will start mastering at it. In town, there are several Madrid street art projects whose aim is to color the metal shutters of private businesses and we wanted to showcase a Madrid based crew called From Kolors. As the name indicates, they are “obsessed” with colors because what would be life if only black & white existed? Jeff, Donuts NRC, Paty and Zyone are some of the members of From Kolors. People who spend their time doing what they like most: painting! If you are interested in collaborating, you should get in touch with them and let them know that you would like to paint your business. They will do marvelous things!

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MSAP: Madrid street art projects

Guillermo de la Madrid and Diana Prieto have been on the game for almost a decade now. They created such a huge impact in town that we should all thank this initiative considered as one of the most long-standing of all Madrid street art projects. MSAP is behind the creative part of CALLE Lavapiés, Muros Tabacalera and Pinta Malasaña. If you live in the ourskirts of the city and you would like to paint the faccade of a 7 stages building, or something similar, send them a message over Instagram. Dope!

Madrid street art orijects at Metro

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Madrid street art projects since 2012

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Madrid street art projects at La Tabacalera.

El Keller, which in German language means ‘underground’, is the graffiti workshop established at La Tabacalera. This former Tobacco factory from the XIX century beholds a 9.000 sq. meters self-sustained center where artists from all over the planet paint. If you want to participate/collaborate, we would recommend you to visit the underground level of this building located in Calle Embajadores 53 and talk with them. Many of our friends are regular visitors: Byron, En Llama, Ze Carrión, NSN997, Rbn_Kunst, Por Favor… So proud to observe Madrid street art projects like this!

Madrid street art projects by El Keller users

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Madrid street art projects in Calle Embajadores

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Madrid street art projects: Cooltourspain

It’s been almost two years now that we’ve been offering daily street art and graffiti tours in Madrid. Collaborating hand to hand with local artists in the development of the city’s landscape, has granted us an important position when people surf the net looking for alternative tourism in Madrid. If you are travelling to Spain and willing to paint legally, we would recommend you check all the Madrid street art projects. We will all help you develop your career!