This place combines different styles of street art: tag, flop, graffiti and also stencil. On the first wall there are clearly two dominant tags, one red and the other blue.
On the second wall we have a representation of a bird and the silhouette of a woman raising awareness about the “no a la violencia en contra de la mujer” (no to violence against women), mandated by Sernam, a Chilean government body that watches over women and their rights. The bird stands out for its colors and its plumage in the middle of the forest.
On the third wall we have a flop with blue and light blue letters, which I do not distinguish clearly, therefore, nor their meaning.
On the fourth wall it is appreciated that the previous flop ends right in front of the face of an ape. Above there is a light blue tag that drips but does not stain the face of the ape.
All the above photos are parallel to the street. And on this photo below you can see how the wall becomes a semicircle and the last wall in focus has a stencil of a little monkey that looks more like a Lego figure. All these different works have no known author yet.
Salvador J. Seda – Angol – September 2021
Photographer: Salvador Seda
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