May 21, 2010

Seres Queridos/Vitaliano mural with Sanez + Colorado










Here are some shots of the second mural I painted in Monterrey for the Seres Queridos project. The figure is Vitaliano Cerda, who runs a used book shop in the center of the city. A much more serious looking counterpart to Régulo. I painted this one a little looser and faster than usual. The red background designs were painted by Sanez, a super talented young artist from Monterrey. His designs often include a mix of animals native to northern Mexico and have a strong indigenous influence. Really cool stuff. That last wall was a little piece I did right afterward in Colorado Springs. He's a paletero (ice cream seller) I took pictures of in Phoenix.

12 comments:

อกไก้อกไก่ said...

*0* wowowooow
very nice

jefuwa said...

still so amazing !!!

D said...

I find myself constantly inspired by MAC.. brilliance.

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Erik said...

do you do alot of work around colorado? i noticed you did a piece in the springs, good stuff, i like that you take pictures of people then paint them in dif cities

superrunner said...

where is that in the springs, i grew up there and wanna check it out sometime!

Giuseppe said...

http://goodmorningvietnam.tumblr.com/post/661292620/davvero-singolare-lo-stile-e-leffetto-dei-lavori

Daniel M Del Real said...

Very nice work! I was at the wall in Clover City that you recently painted...I'm looking forward to seeing the completed piece soon! Best wishes, -Daniel Del Real

Nicolas said...

man... so inspiring.
your lines seem to have gotten more painterly, yet are always in the right place.
a big inspiration,
much love

Nicolas said...

very inspiring.
this new one is ridiculous. it seems youve gotten more loose with your line work, yet its still as accurate.
much love

Juse said...

Beautiful work man! Inspiring to say the least. You and Retna are going to go down in history as one of the greatest duos ever in graffiti. It definitely makes me want to add some quality portraits to my repetoire and start doing some big walls. Looking forward to seeing more work! Keep it up! And congrats on the new book!

corey pope said...

just in awe...