Promoting Social/Workplace Inclusion for People with Disabilities – 10 Massive Silos Transformed Into Brilliant Street Art

Ink and Movement in collaboration with Spanish disabilities rights association Laborvalía have planned a beautiful move to promote social inclusion. Through collaborative mural creations, they’re aiming to promote the integration of people with disabilities into society and the workplace. 14 street artists have been called upon all at one place to transform 10 massive silos into stunning street art organized by Titanes. Okuda San Miguel, Fintan Magee, Nychos, Hell’o, Demsky J and Smithe are just a few of the artists to mention. This entire initiative is marked as the 15th anniversary of Urban Art – the first large art format in Spain founded by Ink and Movement (at that time known as Pluralform). Old silos will adorn the Municipalities of Calzada de Calatrava, Ciudad Real, Corral de Calatrava, Herencia, La Solana, Manzanares, Malagón, Porzuna, and Villanueva de los Infantes. Visualization of this grand project will come to life through October 2019. For more information check out Titanes website and Instagram.


Mural by: Okuda San Miguel


Mural by: Okuda San Miguel


Mural by: Bicicleta sem Freio


Mural by: Hell’o


Mural by: Hell’o


Mural by: Demsky J + Smithe


Mural by: Demsky J + Smithe

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