David de la Mano was born in Salamanca, Spain, in 1975. He is an urban artist, plastic artist, sculptor and illustrator. He has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca and has doctorate courses in Public Art at the University of Valencia. Since 1993, he has been working as an artist doing interventions in public spaces, including everything from sculpture to installation and landart. Since 2008 he has focused on mural painting and since then his work has been disseminated on the networks through specialized artistic companies such as Woostercollective, Unurth, Bizarre Magazine, and Ecosystem.

His work in public art ranges from mural art to the realization of specific interventions. His mural paintings are characterized by their marked poetic character. At the same time, his pieces on paper or canvas, among other supports, are made with materials ranging from pen work, watercolor, Indian ink, acrylic, and collage.

He has developed projects in

Spain, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Italy, Taiwan, EEUU, Poland, England, France, Portugal, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Peru and Tunisia.

His work has been displayed at group and solo exhibitions at galleries in

Paris, Cardif (UK), New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, Berlin, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Salamanca, Zamora, Burgos, Warsaw and Tunisia.