One of the young urban artists with more weight within Spain. His imaginarium is full of irony and aesthetic pop, always firing a sarcastic fistful of messages at the viewer. Now resident in London, from there he keeps working on public spaces with his colourful resources and popular imaginarium which he reinvents and dramatizes to work with the satire from his stencil or aerosols.
He has exhibited individually in galleries such as the SC Gallery de Bilbao and El Arte de lo Imposible in Gijón; and collectively in centres like La Tabacalera (Madrid), Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura (Gijón), and the d’Art Modern museum in Tarragona. His pieces have illustrated pages of graffiti books like 'The Trespass Calendar' (Ed. Taschen), 'Stencil Republic' (Ed. Laurence King), and 'Los Nombres Esenciales del Graffiti y el Arte Urbano español' (Ed. Lunwerg).