“983 Followers”, A New Mural By Daniel “SAN” Munoz In Scotland

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Daniel Munoz aka “SAN” recently stopped by Scotland where he spent a few hours working on a brand new indoor piece somewhere in the Scottish countryside.

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Entitled “983 Followers”, the Spanish street artist created this beautiful piece of work which was painted on concrete using acrylic and brushes. The piece is showing hundreds of monochrome silhouettes giving a rather impressive effect.

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Hit the jump for some extra angles on this artwork and then check back with us soon for more updates from Spain.

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