Spanish street artist Pejac is known for clever, open-air artwork that comes with a social message. Pejac uses his fine art education to experiment with a variety of techniques, continuously searching for the one that does the best job of conveying the desired atmosphere of his vision and concepts. He works with everything. From oils and watercolour, charcoal and pencil, scarping, burning, stencilling, and spraypainting, and is no stranger to sculpture and installations. The artist sees his practice “more like a marathon than a sprint while valuing the importance of the route.”
For the location of his latest piece, Pejac chose the entrance of a building in the very centre of the city of Aberdeen (Scotland). This property was specifically chosen because it hosts many charities as well as homes for vulnerable residents facing social exclusion.