Alice Pasquini’s newest wall is in Pombal, Portugal. Pombal is a small city about 90 minutes outside of Lisbon and for the first time, in collaboration with the Festival Sete Sois Sete Luas, they decided to allow a public mural. After a week spent in Spain painting in Madrid and Salamanca, I painted this piece, titled ‘A Janela’ (‘The Window’) along the narrow streets of the city. Best seen as a pedestrian walking the street, the figure appears in site around the corner of a building, looking out from a window, as one walks down the street.
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