The element that distinguishes Borondo from other street artists and is instrumental to his artistic development and research of their own language is to be found in his biography. His father was a restorer and Gonzalo grew between classical paintings, perfect proportions, faces cerulean, draperies and landscapes that have shaped its final taste. Today, his murals utilize sweeping, expressive brushstrokes that demonstrate little restraint. Borondo is unafraid of dripping paint, thickly stabbing earth tone hues on walls for his contemplative portraiture. He is reinventing street art by using an original method of “glass scratching”.

In Memorie Urbane the artist paint on 2013 in Gaeta.


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