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Victoriano x W Hotel HK

My friends at W Hotel Hong Kong asked me to design their new Mooncake boxes,

the idea as usual was to keep it simple and stylish but with a graffiti and street art edge.

The W is made out of smaller handwriting reading W Hong kong


Chanel Pop Art Print Release

I have just released this limited Edition print

It’s a 3 Colours (gold, silver and black) Screen print edition 1/50,
Signed and numbered by the artist,
50 x 35 cm on 370g art paper.

You can purchase directly from me by emaling

175 € – Free Shipping Worldwide



Victoriano Street art in Thailand

I had the pleasure to visit Thailand in November, spent a week in Phuket by Surin Beach, an incredibly beautiful and very calm area.

Couldn’t see any graffiti or streetart around Surin, although one day I visited Patong where there is a little bit more street art, and is not a calm area at all.

Whilst there I had the pleasure of meeting the supertalented Brian Woulfe from designed by Woulfe, who helped me sourcing a few walls to paint.

The first wall was outside Brian’s office, where I painted a Kate Moss inspired portrait, while my man Szabotage painted a lion by the door. The second wall was outside Anthem Wakepark, where me and Szabotage did a big collaboration wall. I quickly painted a little hut inside Anthem Wake park as well, with my Louis Vuitton inspired pattern.

All of this was covered by Phuket News and you can see it here Graffiti & street art goes Tropical in Phuket

To top it all, one of the last days I painted on an Elephant, her name was Anne and she let me paint on her in exchange of many boxes of bananas, all the paints used where non toxic and removable. She was for a day the classiest elephant on earth.










Lips in Minas de Riotinto – Street Art Spain

A few days ago I was in Minas de Riotinto in Huelva, Spain, a place with incredible manmade landscapes, famous for his red water river, and for being the birthplace of spanish football.

I painted a few murals but possibly this one is my favourite, although it is a bit of a street art cliche , you see two windows close to each other, you draw a mouth underneath and now you can see a face, but I think those simple ideas are the best, and sometimes it is not what you do but HOW you do it.

Now visitors and locals have a little cheeky face to welcome them to town.