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IES PROFESOR MARTÍN MIRANDA 3º ESO B – C 2016 – 17


The graffiti is located in the theater Victoria in Mendez Núñez street in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It was made in 2006. The graffiti is inspired on dancing because in the theater they give dance lessons. It is very big, it is all over the wall. It also covers the shop at the bottom of the graffiti. This graffiti shows a beautiful woman and more people dancing. You can see many light colors. There are two white windows. In the foreground you can see a dancer and the background is painted blue. At the top there is a balcony, and at the bottom there are some stores. We think it represents the freedom of expression through dance. This graffiti inspires us to think about freedom. The picture makes us feel free and positive. We like it because it’s so colourful and special. It represents freedom and I think it’s imaginative and extraordinary for the people. By Bárbara and Mayra


The graffiti is located in the city of Seville, Spain. It was made in Martirio de San Andrés neighbourhood, in a five storey building. The graffiti shows a woman carrying her baby. The woman looks worried or paying attention to something while she's holding her baby. She’s carrying him with a handkerchief. She's wearing a blue shirt, some necklaces and the baby is wearing a white sweater. I think it represents the strength of a mother, mostly in countries in Africa, India… with less rights. It inspires me to think about how bad is living in these countries, and how much effort they have to do. It makes me feel sadness due to her life conditions, and pride for her courageous behaviour. I like it because the message it represents can make people aware of how the people of these countries are living. By Yaiza and Daniel


This graffiti is called “Envía cariño”. It’s located in Puerto de la Cruz,Tenerife,Canary Iislands,Spain. It is the size of a wall and it shows a black kid with braids on his head and a sad face. This kid is wearing a long white shirt, some black pants and flip flops. Right next to him there is a message in black letters that says “envía cariño al 7709”. I think it represents that the children that live in poor countries need affection too. They need food and water but they need people to be kind to them and treat them with respect and sweetness too. This picture makes me feel sad and makes me think that we should appreciate more the simple things that for us mean nothing but everything for them. By Arume and Stefani


This graffiti is called Necropolis. It is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It’s on a huge wall, but we don’t know the measures.This graffiti was made in 2009. You can see a skeleton lying with the skull broken and in the legs it has a skull. The background is painted in purple, blue, black and white. I like this graffiti because it’s original, cool, trendy. This graffiti inspires me to think about death because it is always here. The graffiti makes me feel good and funny. By Yone and Tanya


The graffiti is located in Puerto de la Cruz, in Tenerife. It´s a big graffiti, it takes up a whole wall. This grafitti shows a man speaking through a megaphone. A shoal is coming out from the megaphone trying to catch a fish wich is swimming alone and seems a little different from the others. The little fish is trying to escape from the others. The man looks colorful and bright. All the fishes are monochromatic. We think the man represents the government trying to oppress a singular person to make it be the same as the others, and it is trying to be itself. By Kylian and Cynthia


This graffiti was made in Festival del Paso in La Palma, Canary Islands, on the 10th September 2016. It is on a huge wall, but we don’t know the measures. The graffiti represents Tanausú, a native who defended the island La Palma from the conquerors. The Canary Islands history is very exciting. The graffiti represents the connection with nature.

It’s extraordinary

how the artist painted this vivid graffiti, because the natives of the Canary Islands were so connected to

nature. It’s a very bright and

colorful graffiti. The body of Tanausú is all covered with flower, trees. On his left shoulder there is a statue, and on his right shoulder there’s a black bird, called here “Mirlo”. His face is looking down, and he’s grabbing a stick in his hand. That stick is covered by something like rocks. It represents the connection of the man (in this case Tanausú) with nature. We think that because his skin merges with flowers, trees… We like it because it’s so colourful, and representative for some people, and because we like nature, and we are from the Canary Islands and Tanausú is someone special for our islands history. By David and Evelyn


The graffiti is located in La Laguna, in a concert venue.It was made in 2012. It measures five metres. You can see a man with a very long mask and a pink background in the graffiti.There is only one head floating with a very fixed and penetrating look.In the foreground you can see on the wall different colours and even colourful flowers. In the background you can see the head floating with the mask and the gaze. On the left you can see many colourful squares together and on the right there are several grey and pink flowers and several lines. I think it represents a man wearing mask due to some kind of allergy to society which pollutes our minds and poisons our soul. By Lara and Cristopher


The graffiti is located in Espacio Cultural El Tanque in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It was made on 29th october 2013. This graffiti shows a beautiful woman in underwear. You can see this woman painted in black and white with her hands tied to the waist with a rope I like it because it makes me feel that the woman is a toy for the man. I like the incredible expression of the woman, the contrast of color, the wonderful structure and the meaning it conveys to me. By Ana and Lara


The graffiti is located in Puerto del Rosario. It was made in Fuerteventura. It measures 12m x 79m (945 m2). This graffiti shows many things. There are many boats, two people next to an old car. You can see many beautiful things. There are significative words and numbers. On the right you can see an old man next to a boat. On the left you can see a woman. She is reading. At the top you can see the name of the graffiti artist (sabotaje al montaje). At the bottom you can see many beautiful colors. I think it represents a port with boats. The graffiti inspires me to think about Fuerteventura and its ports. The picture makes me feel like being in 1912. I like it because there are different and beautiful colors, and the picture is a real piece of art. By Gloria and Yaiza


The graffiti is located in the Pirate Museum in Santa Bárbara Castle in Teguise, Lanzarote. It was made in 2016. This graffiti is very big. It shows a pirate woman with a skull and two pirates, one half eagle and another with a skull. You can see a woman with black curly hair, pink lips, a gun in her hand, wearing a black and white shirt, black gloves and a black and red hat. In the middle there is a man with head of eagle and yellow eyes. He is wearing an orange and yellow T-shirt. He is also wearing a white shirt and a black vest. He is wearing a blue hat. On the right there is man with a head of skull. He is wearing a blue handkerchief, a beige shirt, a red vest and a blue hat. He’s holding a shotgun. I think it represents death and piracy. The graffiti inspires me to think about imagination. The picture makes me feel alife. I like it because it’s beautiful, extraordinary, colorful, exciting, special and bright. By Mirella and Paula


This graffiti is located in the faรงade of CAAM (Atlantic Center of Modern Art) in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was made in 2007. It measures 5 metres. The graffiti is in a tall building. It is colourful and big. The drawing is beautiful and it shows many details.

At the top we can see letters,

numbers, people, fruit and airplanes. At the bottom we can see people, animals and numbers. We think the graffiti is really beautiful and funny. We think it represents the funny and extraordinary life. The graffiti inspires us to think about emotions. The picture makes us feel happiness. We like it because it is funny and imaginative. By Ainhoa and Daniela


The graffiti is called “El Viaje”. It is located in a private house in La Laguna. It was made in 2012 . It’s a big graffiti. This graffiti shows a man with a camera. You can see a dynamic and beautiful graffiti . In the foreground there is a man with a camera and a flower. In the background there’s a map, a boat , a plane , a car and a city . On the right there’s a map, a plane and a city . On the left there’s a man, a camera, names of countries and a car. At the top we can see a plane and a boat . An the bottom we can see a camera and a snail. I think it represents how beautiful is travelling . This graffiti inspires me to think about other countries and travelling with my family and friends . The picture makes me feel curious about other countries. I like it because the world is beautiful and travelling makes me feel happy By Naím and Pedro


The graffiti is called “The Pig Eats Everything”. It’s located in the art room Los Lavaderos, in Tenerife. It is big. This graffiti shows a pig eating some apps. You can see a pig’s head and its skeleton . On the right you can see a bucket with apps and on the left there’s a tag on the pig’s tail. At the top you can see the roof of the house and at the bottom it’s the floor of the house. It represents imagination. This graffiti inspires me to reflect on the internet. The picture makes feel thoughtful. I like it because it’s beautiful. By Ian and Steven


The Graffiti

is located in : CĂ­rculo de Bellas Artes in Santa Cruz de

Tenerife. It was made in 2005. It’s large and it takes up a whole wall. This graffiti shows a man smiling or laughing. You can see different colors the signature of the artist. There is a man smiling in the middle of the graffiti. On the right there are a few letters and on the left there is a person with a sack. The background is white. This graffiti inspires me to think about happiness. The picture makes me feel creative. I like it because the colors are beautiful. By Nalaya and Mateo


This graffiti is called “Galgos”. It’s in Canodromo Park in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, it was made in 2013. This graffiti has two halves, one colourful and the other black and white. In each half there’s a dog. In the colourful half, we can see a happy dog but in the black and white half

the dog is sad. The word “galgo”

(greyhound) is written in big characters I think this graffiti represents the sad story of greyhounds which are sometimes abused. By Zuleima and Iria


The graffiti is located in buses stops in the south of the island. It was made in the year 2016. It takes up the whole stop bus. This graffiti shows many names of people. In the foreground there are very beautiful names. I think it represents sadness. This graffiti inspires me to think about people that are with us or people. The picture brings me back memories. I like it because it’s very colorful and very beautiful unlike other dull stops. I like these bus stops. They’re striking and brightly colored. I like these stops with drawings and graffiti to be able to imagine nice things and forms. I hate run down stops because they are ugly and very boring. By Taymara and Ainoa


This graffiti is called “Cernícalo” (kestrel). It was made in Las Eras del Tablero, Tenerife, in 2013.

The graffiti represents a common bird in the Canary Islands. The colors are not very flashy. What I like the most about the image is the difficulty of having all those details rendered on the wall and with that brightness. I also like this graffiti because birds represent my freedom. By José Luis and Christian


This graffiti is located in a park in Santa Úrsula. It is on several walls of the park. The graffiti is on different walls. On a wall there is a white dog with brown spots. On another wall there is an old man with a suit. On the next wall, there is a guy with

woman's earrings and a hat, taking a

selfie. On another wall there’s a white horse and a rooster. I like it because there’s a dog and I love animals. By Cecilia and John


This graffiti is located in Jordania. It was made in 2014. It was made freehand, without scaffolding or ladder. It’s made with plastic painting. It shows different bright and colourful flowers.

By JuliĂĄn and Jiajie.


This graffiti is located in a school in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was made in 2012. We can see the writer Benito PĂŠrez GaldĂłs drawn on a wall. The graffiti artist used light and dark colors. I like it because I do not usually see graffiti of old people.This graffiti inspires me to think about how society is changes. By Yerico and Alberto


This graffiti is located in apartments Surfing Colors in Corralejo, Fuerteventura. It was made in 2016. It takes up the whole wall.

By Abraham


This graffiti is called “Horizontal”. It is located in Barrio de Escaleritas in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was made in 2007. It takes up a whole wall. This graffiti shows one boy without a shirt. He’s looking at us. By Carla and Joel


This graffiti is called “En construcción” It is located in Puerto del Rosario, in Fuerteventura. It was made in 2015. It takes up a whole wall of a house.

By Óscar and Christian


Sabotaje Al Montaje