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Street Artist: BELINMiguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, most people... crss

Street Artist: BELIN

Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, most people know him like “Belin” was born in Linares, Jaén (Spain) in 1979. When he was a child he started to be creative at all time and in all areas. This attitude comes with him until he studies art in Jaén high school (Spain). Currently, this artist has a big CV, people know him around the world because of his spray skills, making realism painting without using the stencil, just his imagination. That shows the perseverance on his ideas, his art, and his positive attitude to be better every day. For more check out his Facebook.

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