We consider ourselves visual storytellers that use paint and urban spaces as a tool to question and express various realities. Our creations tell stories through narrative symbology and tend to exist within a realm that unifies both real and imaginary worlds.

Artistically known as the artists Bruno Smoky and Shalak Attack for over a decade, we started our journey together in 2010 and have since collaborated as the Clandestinos. We embrace our Latinamerican-Canadian culture and represent our diverse roots and heritage in our artistic exhibits and mural projects around the world. Together we have participated in arts and cultural projects in Canada, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Sweden, USA, Paraguay and England.