Sav45 explores Lloret De Mar in Catalonia

SAV45 is a Russian graffiti artist freely experimenting with a variety of styles and techniques when hitting the abandoned spots in his current home of Catalonia, Spain. Today we have some recent shots of his experimentation in the wilds from photographer Fernando Alcala Losa, who says he has enjoyed witnessing the development of an artist who paints at his own pace without hurrying.

 

SAV45. Abandoned factory. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

Mostly figurative in substance, you can see that the lines are in movement, sometimes tight and rendered in degrees and modeled textures, other times loose and sketch-like, full of kinetic energy.

“His work is a mixture between classic references and urban ones, using different techniques, from spray paint to rollers. Less than one year ago he was doing kind of small walls with astonishing results most of the times,” says Alcala Losa, with a sense of admiration at the evolution. “Look at what kind of ‘monsters’ he is creating now.”

SAV45. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Abandoned hotel. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Abandoned hotel. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Abandoned hotel. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Abandoned hotel. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

SAV45. Abandoned hotel. Lloret De Mar, Spain. March 2017. (photo © Fer Alcalá FujifilmXT10)

 

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