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New Lesuperdemon in Mexico City

Posted on March 5, 2013

In the Mexico City neighborhood of Condesa a new mural from Lesuperdemon appears on a long wall of a historic house. The act of adding a mural to a wall is part of tradition in Mexican culture, so any new developments like this, even as they intersect with the relatively new graffiti or Street Art scenes, always have to be seen at least partially through that objetivo, or lense.

Partnering with ARTO, Lesuperdemon created “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”, the latest collaboration produced in his series of Street Art works around the city, which he calls #ARTOseries. Adding a hashtag to your efforts makes them much more sharable socially, no?

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

Lesuperdemon. “The Infinite Knowledge Machine”. Mexico City. (photo © courtesy ARTOSeries)

 

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