Guests of El Museo del Juguete Antiguo México (The Antique Toy Museum) in collaboration with MAMUTT Arte, John Grider and Mike Fitzsimmons are taking in the local color and creating some of their own.
Says John about the lion and lion cub piece they worked on all day Tuesday, “Today we’re painting the perfect spot for the perfect stencil.”
Broken Crow process shot (photo © Broken Crow)
The brand new finished piece by Broken Crow. (photo © Broken Crow)
A cell phone shot of the owl that will be watching over cars in the basement parking lot. Broken Crow (photo © Broken Crow)
Broken Crow. When you are in Mexico City you really can’t pass up an opportunity to see a live Luchadores match. (photo © Broken Crow)
We’re really looking forward to seeing this finished piece after the scaffolding comes down today. (photo © Broken Crow)
A couple of friends who are waiting for their place on stage. (photo © Broken Crow)
With special thanks to Roberto Shimizu of MUJAM and Gonzalo Alvarez of Mamutt Arte
All images copyright of and courtesy of Broken Crow
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