There is a looooot of streetart in Valencia and one of the biggest contributers is Julieta_xlf
I'll start with my favorite one, which I found when I was going to see the cat house.
For the one here I will try to give some details of the artist who created it. Most of the information is collected by researching online, but it gives an overview of who is bringing some colors to the city and next time you see one of these murals you'll also know the artist who is behind it :) Enjoy.
"Julieta XLF is a Spanish artist from Valencia, part of the XLF crew. She uses naive colorful characters on big murals just to creates smiles on passers-by faces." â(Source)
Valencia seems to have streetart all around, so the only thing your need to do, is walk around and you'll be so happy with lovely colorful walls.
"Escif is a Spaniard and belongs to the city of Valencia, but over the years, his work has become increasingly international. His graffiti apply to all of us living in this day and age. We donât know who Escif is, but we can safely presume he lets a little smile go for every time he sees his graffiti used on the other side of the planet." (Source)
"BLU is a talented street artist from Bologna, Italy, active in street style scene since 1999. [...] In doing what he loves, BLU tries as much as possible, to emphasize the message heâs sending. Art is important, not recognition. A name is nothing in comparison to the artistic value of a painted wall. [...] He believes in freedom of information and stands firmly on his system of open source beliefs. (Source)
"Born in 1972, Fasim is a Spanish street artist who began his street art career in the mid-1980s influenced by the initial boom of Hip Hop culture in Spain." (Source) Below mural is called: "Stop War Victim's Wall".
"Felipe Pantone is an Argentinian-born artist, active in the fields of kinetic art, installations, graffiti and design. His style is characterized by the use of bold colors, geometrical patterns and Op Art elements." (Source)
David de Limon "His iconic not-quite-ninjas-but-look-like-ninjas can literally be found all over the street art in Valencia in various forms. They are often times incorporated into other artistsâ work. Scavenger hunt, anyone?" (Source)
Disneylexya, is an artist from Mexico, which can be also identified in the vibrate colors of the murals
Raquel Rodrigo "The Valencia-born artist makes her pieces by wrapping thick rolls of string around wire mesh. She prepares them in advance and then unrolls them at her chosen location to bring a dash of color and creativity to the surrounding area. As cross-stitch patterns are generally found on things inside the home, her public installations create an eye-catching contrast to the urban landscapes in which they exist." (Source)
La Nena is one of Valenciaâs most well-known street artists. Her style varies greatly and she does lots of collaboration posts with other artists. However, her most iconic piece is the below 50âs style woman, which can be found throughout Valencia if you look closely. (Source)
and some sort of learning left for the end