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Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda


Street art by Farid Rueda

veryprivateart:

Street art by Farid Rueda

“Whisky, Street Art and Spirituality”

Farid Rueda was listed as one of the top 15 street artists in Mexico by Buzzfeed in July 2015. He has brought colors to the streets in Mexico and to the galleries around the world. However, just a year ago his work has a completely different style – something you would expect walking along the dark walls of Berlin perhaps.

(full article: Farid Rueda Mexican top 15 street artist

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