We'll explore some of Madrid's most notable street art in places that are essentially unknown by outsiders. We'll see the work of local artists and learn about some of the different street art techniques. We'll check out the hub of Madrid's underground art scene and I'll show you how to make your own street art stencil.
Gerardo & Patri
We are local street art hunters and graffiti artists with interests in social activism, stencil artwork, and graffiti. Patricia was raised in Madrid & Gerardo comes from Mexico. We look forward showing you the best of local street art. You can find and share all the street art in Madrid @cooltourspain
Materials Everything you need to create a stencil
The first spot visited is Lavapiés, considered to be the most underground neighborhood in town. Later, we will visit Esto es una Plaza and the walls at La Tabacalera, a former tobacco factory. We'll see the pieces done during different street art festivals, such as Calle Lavapies or Urvanity. We will continue with the works of local artists at Plaza Sombrerete, continuing over calle Embajadores up to the biggest feminist mural in town.
Wear comfortable shoes for walking and bring your camera to capture images of street art. In case there is a chance of rain, the stencil will not be created.
Hidden Street Art