This is my first public mural. It is in collaboration with Living Walls Concepts
in Atlanta, GA. Over the course of 12 days off and on between school and work, I worked on this 3-story fox inspired by Native American totems and Azteca patterns and shapes. It is overlooking the main road of Cabbagetown, a quirky and small neighborhood of eastern Atlanta. It is also down the street from my partners La Pandilla
, of whom I was honored with work alongside and hope to work with again soon. I met great neighbors that brought food & drinks, and had a couple run-ins with Atlanta's infamous graffiti & street art vigilante. It was a ton of fun and will initiate a new series of walls that I hope to continue to do. Special thanks to Mónica Campana, the head organizer of Living Walls, and the whole team that helped put this together.
Check out Brooklyn Street Art
for a more in-depth statement and view on my wall and on La Pandilla's.