MARBELLA is set to receive one of the largest murals in the world. 

The cubist effort will brighten up the entrance to the Palacios de Congresos and will be a huge 3,200 square metres.

Named The Great Marbella Mural, it will consist of geometric triangles of various sizes and shades of yellow, blue and white.

The colours are said to represent the town’s sun, sea and good weather.

The work is mostly completed and is hoped to be finished by Spanish artist Curro Leyton within the next five months.

1 COMMENT

  1. To be honest I don’t know what the big deal is. This isn’t vaguely in the same league as the street art in Estepona (that also look significantly larger) and there are loads of them. Maybe a mural has a different definition to large painting? :)

    Location : Estepona

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