I’ve always been a fan of street art, graffiti.
I am not talking tagging,
but actual street art.
Lapiztola is one such movement,
and as I am exploring Oaxaca Mexico
for our Virtual Sketchwalk,
I came across these images.
The article in the Guardian
tells a bit about what their art is about —
Drug cartels, including the GMO problems,
and death death death to their children
Having a small battle with a flu, but be back soon….
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Oh my, those images are beautiful. This street art belongs in a gallery, as does much of the street art I’ve seen in other blogs and on the internet. Extremely talented artists!
Katie, I hope you feel better soon. I attracted a head cold this weekend and I have been thinking that it could be worse, this it could be the flu. Flu is never fun, so I send you hugs and healing thoughts.
Thanks, I was up to posting a real sketch today, turned out to be a cold thang.
London did a gallery showing of Mexican street art… I love that.
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