A certain sunkissed and saucy lust is coupled with all manner of vice for the frolicking senior set that is often featured in scenes by the muralist, painter, and illustrator Marina Capdevila from Barcelona.
Born in the mid-1980s, she nonetheless favors wrinkled grandpas who are playing with cigarettes and giggling grandmas who have their eyes on the pool boy, peering at him from under a large bamboo hat and over a frozen margarita.
Here in her hometown of Falset in Spain, her newest festive partiers are celebrating all things wine, as is the practice of this place that hosts one of the more important festivals del vino in the country.
Of course, Covid is ruining this event again this year, but presumably, some people here are tipping a glass of Tinta o Blanco. “It’s a mural that pays homage to the traditional wine fair,” she says, “which this year will not be held, but at least you can enjoy this work.”