Gleo unveils a new piece in Mexico City

This brand new street piece by Gleo was just finished on the streets of Mexico City in the neighborhood of Hermosillo, Sonora. This mural painted by our friend Gleo represents the desert as the path to the illumination for the collective human consciousness (which is represented by women). The primitive soul that allows us to

Does for Chromatica Festival Mexico City.

There is no shortage of artists in this world who are painting on the streets, on walls and on buildings. For me, some of them stand out for their determination, their flawless skills, their incredible work ethic and for their artistic evolution. One of these such artists is DOES who is based in the Netherlands and

“Life In Our Hands” by Saner in Mexico City

Saner just sent us some images from his latest mural in Mexico City which was created for the “Barrio Santa Fe” project. This interesting project wants to recover an abandoned place to create a cultural area in the northern part of the city. With this beautiful piece entitled “Life In Our Hands”, the Mexican artist once again

Recap: Urban Art Festival Constructo in Mexico City, Mexico

  It has been a while since last coverage on Urban Art Festival Constructo, but this time they are back with great artist line-up and location – the festival definitely had no shortage of action or colour. Constructo festival has the mission of spreading the art on a large scale with only positive proposals, which

“Icarus” by AEC in Mexico City

Former Interesni Kazki member, AEC just visited the lovely city of Mexico City where he was in town to paint a massive building for the Beauty Project. Entitled “Icarus”, the Ukrainian muralist spent a few days up high to create this gigantic rendition of a modern day Icarus. The tale that inspired AEC tells the

“Ella” by Smithe in Mexico City

Smithe is back on the streets of Mexico City with a brand new piece that is entitled “Ella”(“She” in English). Located in the heart of the city at Arcos De Belen, the piece is located on the Salto De Agua building. With this piece, Smithe decided to create a tribute to the hardworking, independent woman of

“Ten-Cai Vilu” by UnoNueve in Mexico

Chilean artist UnoNueve just sent us some images from his newest mural “Ten-Cai Vilu” painted for the Constructo Festival in Mexico. Tenten-Vilu and Caicai-Vilu are mythological creatures from the Mapuche mythology. Both are powerful beings shaped like mythical serpents, Caicai-Vilu is the “sea serpent” which is able to harness the power of the sea and everything related

“Identity”, Ever & Smithe collaborate on a new mural in Mexico City

Ever & Smithe recently joined forces to create a new piece on the streets of the always very busy Mexico City.It is a collaborative work in which two artists reflect on the idea of belonging and by inhabiting this concept, they created a mural. The variety of bodies floating, trying to live and coexist with