The artist Alfredo Carrillo stated that if there is a role in the industry and people recognize it, then they have made it cultural and they make the invisible visible.
A house, a wall: any open space that is willing to intervene is referred to by the three artists as “local lunatics”.
The designer, visual artist, one of the three people involved in the project, Alfredo Carrillo (Alfredo Carrillo), and Israel’s Shuky’ Zapata and David Bravo stated that the purpose of depicting neighbourhood figures in murals is to “make the Visible to those who are missing”.
“We started social experiments. We have no plans or strategies, but we know that we want to make visible to invisible people. People who are neither political figures nor celebrities don’t have five-meter-long portraits on the street, and when you’re in them They were telling you something when the front door of the house was taken for this portrait. If there is a person nearby and people recognize him, it has made him cultural.
Alfredo refers to their mural on Emilia Calvillo Street, in the home of Don Bigotes.
“I drew a portrait of him, and due to fate, due to intimacy, we realized that he lived there, so we suggested that the son remove” his father and put him in front of the strippers they had.
He detailed the working method of the template mural, which is derived from a five-meter long template, in this case, the template separates the image by grayscale.
On the day of making the mural, some people nearby came out to help, and even a group of cyclists stopped to participate in the intervention.
“Don Bigotes” was the first work they did under the project, but the idea was to accept the suggestion of the same person. They were a place to provide space to show everyone from Salvárcar to Latin America. Chaveña, the place of La.
These actions are called Local Locos, referring to the residents of the Juarez community. This is an essential tribute in life. Alfredo said: “Culture is what happens on the street, not what happens in a museum.”
Part of the template production was done in Rotuladora (the design and advertising agency of the company involved) in Mexico.
“We will continue to adjust our production to provide the best clarity in templates of this size. We are using routers that cut molds with lasers. We are documenting all of this, and we are continuing to improve what we want in all communities The proposal was made so that the face of the person painted on its facade has this photographic definition”.
Alfredo Carrillo (Alfredo Carrillo) stands out in the field of photography and film, and is also a designer and visual artist. Shuky Zapata is a designer who specializes in calligraphy and lettering. He also shares his knowledge and passion in workshops shared with beginners and seniors. David Bravo is an actor, graffiti artist and designer.