ART Cubism and Realism Collide in New Murals by Belin

The Spanish artist Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, aka Belin, has long been known in the world of graffiti for his photorealistic paintings.
After a recent trip to the lands of Pablo Picasso, his work began to adopt elements of Cubism. A tribute ? A revelation ?

Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, most people know him like “Belin”. Born in Linares, Jaén (Spain) on 26th September 1979.

When he was a child he started to be creative at all time and in all areas. This attitude comes with him until he studies art in Jaén high shool (Spain).

After try this studies, he realized that he want to know more, so he started to be self-taught plastic artist, using libraries, museums, different books and multiple ways to get the right information to be the professional he always dreamt.

He started to work very hard painting in the street, he had a dream and he needed to do everything he could do to be the great artist he is now. Currently this artist has a big CV, people know him around the world because of his spray skills, making realism painting without using stencil, just his imagination. That shows the perseverance on his ideas, his art and his positive attitude to be better every day.

All his sculptures and painting have been displayed in museums, galleries and walls around Spain and different countries like America. He also has been painting for different marks like Dockers, Carhatt and Sephora and for known artist like “Kat von D “high voltage”” on LA, spanish football player, musician and models.