Silvestre Santiago, alias Pejac, is a Spanish artist born in Santander in 1977.

He studied Fine Arts in his city and in Barcelona. After, he came in Milano to study at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera.


Pejac creates provocative and humorous street art. Conceptual like Bansky, his artworks often employ trompe-l’oeil techniques and twists on familiar imagery to communicate powerful messages regarding social and environmental issues. 


He create characters and landscapes with an unmistakable and clean style. Using multidisciplinary techniques, his work deal with topics like freedom and peace, often turning into surreal dreams. 

Pejac also works on canvas and other media, creating everything from small prints to large outdoor murals.


Now he is based in Barcelona but his artworks can be found in Paris, London, Milan, Moscow, Hong Kong, Instanbul, Tokio, and across the United States.