Underdogs at Super Bock Super Rock 2018

/ July 18, 2018

with Wasted Rita, Catarina “Glam”, and Gonçalo “Mar”

19, 20 & 21 July

Underdogs is pleased to announce its presence in yet another edition of the Super Bock Super Rock festival, taking to Parque das Nações three renowned Portuguese artists with the aim of creating a unique experimentation in the city around the best music: Wasted Rita, Catarina “Glam”, and Gonçalo “Mar”.


Since 2016, the partnership between Underdogs and the Super Bock Super Rock festival has imprinted a new dynamic on the ground, bringing diverse publics together in order to catalyse new connections between music and the urban-inspired visual arts.


In 2018, at the 24th edition of the iconic Lisbon music festival, this partnership with be materialised in various creative and interactive actions that will take over the enclosure, turning it into a new stage of artistic expression.


The “SBSR Urban Art Space” is an open air gallery that will showcase original pieces by the artist Wasted Rita, created exclusively for this space and inspired by the world of music.


Catarina Monteiro aka Glam has also created an iconic and exclusive artwork that accurately reflects the festival’s base universe.


The open air gallery will also be the place where Gonçalo Ribeiro aka Mar will be holding introduction to graffiti workshops, one of the activities with greater success at the festival (19 & 20 July; 3pm–6pm).

During three days, arts and music dialogue with each other and interact with the public at the unique space of the Super Bock Super Rock festival, providing a singular experience of the new urban creativity.


Super Bock Super Rock 2018
19, 20 & 21 July
Parque das Nações – Lisbon

Wasted Rita (1988) is a Portuguese graphic designer and illustrator who has been amassing a huge following since starting her blog “Rita Bored” in 2011. The self-styled “natural born agent provocateur” likes to think and write and draw and pour forth little gems of sarcastic wisdom dipped in acid, reflecting an unconventional upbringing in a Catholic school to the sound of Black Flag. Her angst-ridden poetic invectives on life and human behaviour have found their way into magazines, books, exhibitions and art commissions in a growing number of countries.






Catarina Glam is a Portuguese urban artist whose work started at the beginning of the year 2000, when her passion for colours and shapes took over her life and she began focusing on graffiti and painting murals. From that moment on, all the conditions were created for her to develop work in other platforms and mediums. The transition from graffiti to multi-dimensional works on paper and wood was inevitable. Since then she has been creating design pieces and characters for several brands, various art exhibitions and international festivals. Her universe is vast, her mind is racing, and is an organised chaos, but everything she creates is done in a careful and attentive way down to the smallest detail.






Mar (1974) is a Portuguese graffiti and visual artist with a degree in Fashion Design whose imaginative visual universe is ruled by a pantheon of fascinating, larger-than-life stylised figures presenting a blend of contemporary pop culture and classical mythology. Recent years have seen his dynamic large-scale productions, expressing a wealth of emotions and realities, adorn buildings around Portugal and other countries. A member of the ARM collective, he has been presenting his work in both solo and group shows since 2004.