“El Buen Augurio” by Clara Lurueña and Pablo S. Herrero in Salamanca, Spain – StreetArtNews

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“El Buen Augurio” by Clara Lurueña and Pablo S. Herrero in Salamanca, Spain – StreetArtNews


Tribute to the figure of “El Perrero”, a character linked to the tradition of the little town of Nava de Francia that symbolizes the transition to the new year, which says goodbye to the dark and traumatic to attract light and good wishes in the new cycle.

The magical and ritual character of this figure is accompanied by primitive animals and some typical embroidery motifs, which in turn feed on the popular imagination of the area. The representation of the trees in this case is added to the projection of the shadow of the oaks that surround Nava de Francia.

Check out below for more photos of Clara Lurueña and Pablo S. Herrero’s latest project.





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