THE writing could be on the wall for street art royalty as a new Spanish contender gains ground for his poetic daubings around Europe’s cities.
Although some have branded him as the new Banksy, the reserved artist only known as Pejac uses humour and melancholy to promote reflection, instead of bold and controversial imagery.
“Adult life is pure inertia, which seem to be broken only by bad news or incentives, and if I can make people think, it all makes sense,” says Pejac.
His work appears both outdoors and indoors, and has been spotted in London, Moscow, Istanbul, Paris and across Spain.
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