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Mexican artist Saner, just completed his new mural in Mexico City for the All City Canvas Festival.
This 30 years old building was one the most luxurious hotels in Mexico City, and a survivor of the earthquake that shook the capital in 1985.
As usual, his work is populated by masked characters, which are important story telling devices in many cultures not least in Mexico. In using masks Saner draws from his own childhood experiences and cultural heritage to create his own narratives.
If you stop by Mexico this summer, the piece can be seen at Donato Guerra 24, Colonia Juarez

Top pic by Juanpa

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