Edgar “Saner” Flores is an urban artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Raised by his parents in Mexico City and surrounded by rich color and tradition, Saner developed an interest in drawing and Mexican muralism early on. He began expressing himself on paper and through graffiti art, later going on to earn a degree in graphic design from the Universidad Autónoma de México. His creations are influenced by Mexican custom and folklore, color, mysticism, masks and skulls. A mix of these lifelong interests and passions has led him to become the artist he is today. Saner’s work has been featured in galleries in Mexico, the United States, London, Berlin and Barcelona. – Kidrobot
Friday July 29, 2011
Mid-City Arts in association w/ Montana Cans & 33third LA Present:
Sequestro Express (Kidnap Express)
Mexico City Street Artist
First Los Angeles Exhibition
Mexico City Artist “SANER” brings the Outdoor Public Art Experience into a Private Gallery setting. All Artwork pieces will be given out Free to the Public.
5113 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles Ca. 90019,
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