Seeing Spain Through the Eyes of Street Artist “Ever”

“It’s a really cute little town with no stoplights and with a lot of old people!” says Street Artist EVER, who has been painting in Amposta, the site of the FAHR Festival.

About 2 hours from Barcelona, he’s hanging with Sam3 and Kenor and getting up with interesting pieces.  He says that thematically he is addressing the social revolution that is right now happening in Spain, and trying to capture the feelings of insecurity that young people have for the future there.  In a country with an 25% unemployment rate and with the very shaky prognosis for the Euro, you can understand why.

Ever “Buy Your Revolution” Detail. FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

Ever “Buy Your Revolution” Detail. FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

Ever “Buy Your Revolution” FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

Ever “Occupy” Detail. FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

Ever “Occupy” Detail. FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

Ever “Occupy” Detail. FAHR Festival.  Amposta, Spain. (photo © Ever)

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