EBAC – Oakland, California – U.S. July, 2022.
2,200 sqft Mural painted for a childhood support NGO, based on community workshops made in local public schools. It consists of 6 chapters: first dreams, trust, resilience, heal, united we are, and growth..
Painted for the Mural & Busker festival in Green Bay, WI – U.S. June, 2022.
It shows local fauna and flora including the black bear, grey wolf, great blue heron, robin, painted turtle, monarch butterfly, bluegill, and black eyed susans.
Community project for Hoytsville, UT – U.S. May 2022.
Commissioned by the Park City & Summit County Arts Council, we worked together with the neighbors for the history and culture of the north summit area. After two weeks of extensive research including interviews, workshops, school visits and field work, we created a 2,000sqft mural that shows local community symbols.
This mural was painted outside a public school with the help of local students, for GAM festival – Graffiti Arte Mural. It is located in the beautiful town of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. 🐆
Artwork for PMF – Panama Mural Fest, in Panama City. The portrait is based on an wold Quechua woman from Quito, Ecuador, that participated in our community workshops for Placemaking. An interesting theme that has emerged is the common threads..
Street in times of pandemic – Roaring behind masks.
In the town of San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico. It was made in May 2020 at the beginning of the Pandemic.
Las Heras, located in the middle of the Patagonian steppe, is a town dedicated to the extraction of oil. It is very common for this activity that people come to work some time and then follow their course, turning LH into a cross of fugitive cultures.
Leaving our mark in a transportation epicenter of Mexico City, outside the subway and the new cablebus terminal station, Constitution of 1917. A site with a tremendous traffic of people. 🚡🚆
People making offerings to the bonds that constitute us as families, to understand that we are never isolated points on the map but arrows that intersect with each stroke, with each look and laughter.
Participatory urbanism project in San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina – design and painting of large scale murals in the highway ceiling and the ground of the whole block, to join two areas of the neighbourhood that had became disconnected.