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Axel Void paints a new mural in Arecibo, Puerto Rico

January 10, 2015
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Axel Void has landed in the lovely island of Puerto Rico where he was invited to work on a new piece in the city of Arecibo.

Axel Void has landed on the lovely island of Puerto Rico where he was invited to work on a new piece in the city of Arecibo.

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This wall is part of the “Mediocre” series. It’s an old photo that is hanging on the wall of a gym of the town. Arecibo is a small town on the north coast of the island. In the past years the states built shopping centers around the area. This closed all the small businesses of the area and forced people to leave the town because there were no more job opportunities. Now the town is practically a ghost town with a very beautiful and strong feeling of home from those who still remain there. It is surrounded by water with the sea on one side and a large river on the other and a beautiful reminiscent mix of architecture. I felt like the boxer represents a similar feeling, the local hero that at the moment gained popularity and perhaps signified pride but with time is forgotten and remains in the memory of some photo hanging on the wall. –Axel Void

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