(Photos: ESTRELLA JOVER)
Last week Valencia-born artists Pichi and Avo installed their 26-meters tall Neoclassical sculpture that was completely covered with their signature graffiti.
Taking over one year to create, the artists used wood and cardboard to create this gigantic structure. The artwork was made for the annual Las Fallas festival held in Valencia, Spain to commemorate Saint Joseph.
Valencia biggest festival, Las Fallas, takes place every March with a riotous week of city fires, explosions and parades in honour of Saint Joseph. Check out the commemorative burning event around the Spanish city with more photos below.