So, after a couple of months of working non stop on three different murals I finally get the time to post them up here. The first one was commissioned by NodoMX for their commemoration and series of events on the 43 students from Ayotzinapa disappeared in the town of Iguala in September 2014. The Mural was of a very large scale measuring approximately 20 meters long by 5 meters high and was painted in the Campo de Cebada in the City of Madrid.
The second one was painted by invitation of artist Jack Doyle from Mirabel Studios for the exhibition Murals: An Exhibition of Modern Muralism last October at PS Mirabel in Manchester, a group exhibition showcasing some of the best muralists and painters based in such city. I was honoured to be part of this with my mural paying homage to those ordinary heroes who helped rescue people trapped in the rubble after the earthquake that hit Mexico City, Oaxaca and Puebla last 19th September.
The third mural was commissioned by Wilbraham Primary School in Moss Side, Manchester. The idea behind it was to represent themes of literacy and maths in a dynamic way in one of the stairwells, for the pupils and staff to feel inspired during their working hours at the school.
It has been a very busy time for me but I have enjoyed every moment of it. I thank everyone who commissioned me for trusting in my work, it has been such a pleasure to work with you!