Inca Street Art has established itself as a national reference thanks to an edition that has not lacked anything.
Inca is a small inland town on the island of Mallorca (Spain). This timid location has the most important urban art festival in the Balearic Islands. With the support of Linea 6 Shop and Montana Colors, the third edition of Inca Street Art was launched in mid-May. A new episode in the history of the festival that will undoubtedly mark a “before and after”.
In addition to a series of murals given to some of the most important artists on the Balearic island, such as Xena, Jeroni Mira or the godfather of local graffiti Ovas, the project also had the participation of students from IES Casesnoves school and l’esplai S’estornell. In addition, a series of spaces dedicated to an open call and a wall competition have finished underlining the inclusive nature of this festival.
And as it should be, a space has also been dedicated to autochthonous graffiti by setting up a “2a trobada de graffiti balear” (2nd Balearic Graffiti Meeting) attended by some of the best writers coming from the archipelago. From Sune to Mr. Disoh or Daniel Montoro.
If you want to see all the photos in detail go without hesitation to the official Instagram of the event.