Smithe

In addressing the water issue, Smithe created a codex describing Tlaloc and Coatlicue, both worn and ill. The exploited gods are loaded with cables, pipes, wells and other artifacts necessary for humans to live; in contrast we find thirst, wear and tear, death and a final consequence for a species that seems to be forging its own destruction of not contemplating in depth the repercussions of its actions.

Placed firmly on four sections of the building, the complete composition describes an altarpiece of Mexican pop art that stands out for the clean strokes of the most skilled in graffiti and whose resonance is already beginning to influence contemporary graphics, defined by a style that is leaving its mark on world illustration.

 

Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.
Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.
Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.
Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.
Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.
Foto: Documentación Nueve Arte Urbano.

 

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