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New Paintings by Spanish Street Artist Pejac: Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong

New Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (1)

Spanish street artist Pejac recently created a series of murals in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul. His works incorporate cultural references, economic or social, with a well-defined message. Pejac’s paintings can be also found on walls in Moscow, Paris, Istanbul, London and Milan. You can see several additional pieces posted on Pejac website.

New Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (2)

New Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (3)

Murals by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (5)

Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (6)

Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (8)

Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (4)

Murals by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (15)

Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (11)

New Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (9)

New Paintings by Spanish street artist Pejac Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong (10)

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