Friday, October 26, 2012


Since ancient times, many mesoamerican and south american cultures celebrated on a specific day the memory of family members who passed away and left this world. This was mainly to keep them alive in their minds.
The Aztecs had a special conception of the after life, they had different layers of Upper and Lower worlds were, depending on the way a person dies, they will remain for eternity.

If a person were to die drown or struck by lightning you would go to the Tlalocan, the place of the Lord of the Rain: Tlaloc.

Calixto Robles invited a group of artists to participate on the 5th Annual Day of the Dead Exhibit at Puerto Alegre.

Come join us for a special celebration on Tuesday October 30th from 3pm til 5pm!  


Sunday, October 21, 2012

The Legendary Clarion Alley

 In the heart of the Mission District, this alley has been for over 20 years the passageway that takes pedestrians for a trip though colorful, mesmerizing street art.

The Clarion Alley Mural Project was created in 1992 by the CAMP group and it's been a space were artists share and express their take on social issues through images and graffitti.

This past Saturday, October 20th was the big celebration of it's 20th anniversary: the Clarion Alley Block Party 2012.

Ana Aranda and myself were invited to collaborate and we did a live painting mural during the event!

Don't forget to stop by and take a picture with DIVERSIDAD, a piece inspired by nature, animals, totems and living in harmony!


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Monday, October 15, 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012