Boa Mistura is a graffiti artist who travels the world, adding to the various spots visited, and now the talented individual has stopped in Queretaro in Mexico for the latest project.
The work was done just outside of Queretaro on its borders, in a small town where most people built their homes themselves, and a few local businesses exist. Mistura decided to do the design in a boomerang shape around the town, so that the artwork can be seen from the two highways that are nearby. According to DesignBoom, "late last year Boa Mistura began work on a large-scale intervention that reinforces the concept of 'identity' in the neighbourhood." His work incorporate people from the area, who picked up paintbrushes and helped him out with the project. Photo Credits: designboom, boamistura
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