Today we’d like to introduce you to Sea 162.
Sea, we’d love to hear your story and how you got to where you are today both personally and as an artist.
It all started when in 1996, I met graffiti and I was totally fascinated.
In 1998, I made my first graffiti and fell in love, and since then it has been a relationship in which we have been growing without stopping to create and investigate with different ways of expression.
Traveling, learning, meeting incredible people, and not stop creating, always looking for new places to create and have fun has been what has motivated me to continue painting and looking for my own way of expression.
From the tunnels of the subway to the mountains, it is the atmospheres of the places that inspire me to create my works, and now, the different materials expand the possibilities to expand the ways of expression. From the spray to natural pigments, through using a variety of materials such as cannabis, I really like to play and convey this concern to people who want to enjoy my work, a game in constant evolution.
We’d love to hear more about your art. What do you do and why and what do you hope others will take away from your work?
I use different ways of expression, mainly I like to create works in public spaces where anyone can approach work and enjoy it.
For me, the context in which the work is located is very important, so doing work on the street and in nature, they give that magic where the work merges with the place where it was created.
For a few years, I like working in nature, where people passing through these spaces find the work done by surprise… as if they saw a wild animal that they did not expect to see.
More and more I like to work with materials that respect the environment and are close to where the work has been done.
I like to convey a message that reminds us of the value and natural power that we humans have, and let’s not forget that we are wild animals and we have incredible capabilities such as creating our own reality.
We are pure energy, and we must be responsible for how to use it to make this world a space worth living.
I like to encourage curiosity for knowledge and for developing as a spice through curiosity and play.
How can artists connect with other artists?
One of the advantages of being an artist is that you are part of a community of people with common concerns, so it is difficult to feel alone, but sometimes it is difficult to meet other artists who can share a vision of life similar to you.
I advise traveling and being an open person, being restless and studying, and in this way, there will be incredible people with whom to share experiences including life.
In addition to this, in our day’s social networks are an incredible tool in which it is easy to connect with many people around the world.
You have to play and enjoy, meeting new people is an incredible experience and the best happiness, at least for me, is what you share.
Do you have any events or exhibitions coming up? Where would one go to see more of your work? How can people support you and your artwork?
I mainly work in Spain, although there are already several countries such as Colombia, France, Hungary, and other cities in Europe where my work appears and can be enjoyed by people who live there or those who visit them.
You can also see my work on the website www.sea162.com
The best way to collaborate with my work is to offer me projects to make large-format murals in different cities of the world or in natural spaces, which is where I feel most comfortable.
You can buy my works by writing to me privately, from prints to installations.
- Address: Street Mar de Fora nº 46, Collado Villalba, Madrid, Spain
- Website: www.sea162.com
- Phone: +34 650844737
- Email: email@example.com
- Instagram: @sea_162
- Facebook: sea162
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