SWAPPING easels for trucks, artists in Spain have found an innovative way to spread their work.
Using the side of commercial lorries, moving galleries are rolling around the country as part of Truck Art Project.
So far, 10 colourful vehicles have hit the road after being painted by famous artists including Javier Arce, Marina Vargas and Okuda San Miguel (who was recently in the news in January for converting a church into a skate park).
Over the coming year, more trucks will hit the road in a collaboration between Palibex trucking company and iam Gallery Madrid.
To find out where the trucks will be next, visit www.truck-art-project.com
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