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Street artist: DizebiIgor Rezola, aka Dizebi, born in 1974....


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi


Street artist: Dizebi

Street artist: Dizebi

Igor Rezola, aka Dizebi, born in 1974. Spanish street artist, known for his raw realism. He lives and mostly paints in Beasain, a small town in the Basque country. His work connects sensitivity and engagement about our society and its lack of justice and equality.


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