Mireia Serra, Lily Brick’s alter ego (Lleida, 1990) studied the Higher Degree in Graphic Design at the Leandre Cristòfol Municipal School of Art in Lleida. At the age of 24, he became interested in street art. Previously, his work had focused on billboards, graphic expression, advertising, and product design.
In June 2014, she attended an event on the banks of the Segre River in Lleida, where she was given a space to express herself and experiment with the spray technique, which completely captivated her.
Seven years later, street art has become his profession. More than 300 works in many different parts of the world bear Lily's signature. Among his most notable pieces are the large murals made in Penelles, Juncosa, Granadella, Alcarràs, Tremp, El Cogul, as well as numerous other mural projects in Barcelona, Martorell, Ferrol, Malaga and Murcia, where he exhibited at the Museo de Contemporary Art of Murcia (MUBAM).
In 2017, he began internationalizing his projects in France, with his participation in the Hotel 128 project. Subsequently, several projects arose, including murals in The Gambia, at the European Space Agency in the Netherlands. at the Artscape Festival in Sweden, the Techfest IIT Bombay in India, the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Germany, and The Hague Street Art Festival in the Netherlands.
Of his murals, his work on women with a strong and intense gaze draws attention. Since his introduction to the world of street art, the main techniques he has developed have been spraying, acrylic painting, brushes and rollers.
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