This graffiti is a work of PRI (Priscila Fernández Tellería), and although the names of Else, Juanjo, Barby and Choski also appear on the graffiti, they are only friends of PRI who helped with some details. PRI’s generosity included them in the signing of the mural, but she is the true author of this work. The graffiti represents an indigenous person from the Americas receiving with good faith and open arms a European ship.
After the graffiti was completed, years later other graffiti artists included their expressions on both sides, being considerate with PRI’s work (they didn’t make any scratch on it). For example, on the right side of the mural, there is a Taijitu symbol or example of a yin and yang mandala. Under this symbol and clearly by another artist, it says “Viva el Pueblo” (“Long live the People”).
On the left side of the graffiti, we have a cartoon of Mr. Burns, one of the main characters from The Simpsons. However, on both sides of the main graffiti, we have the same tag that it starts with the letter “j” (unfortunately, until now I don’t understand the spelling).
Salvador J. Seda – Angol – February 2021
Artist: PRI – PRISCILA FERNÁNDEZ TILLERÍA
Photographer: Salvador Seda
Instagram GraffitiPreBicentenario: https://www.instagram.com/graffitiprebicentenario
Profile Page: https://vagabundler.com/culturists/salvador-seda
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