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8. Pejac

Spanish street artist Pejac uses existing flaws in urban walls to his advantage by incorporating them into his pieces. Where you might see a crack in a mundane cement wall, Pejac envisions a surreal doorway to another place, and uses that feature to share that vision with the public. He’s also manipulated the appearance of a brick wall covered in concrete that has been worn away, showing its red and white layer, to create the illusion of a hole in the brick that allows a paper airplane to pass through. We’ve got our eyes on him and can’t wait to see what he throws up on the walls of Europe next.

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