See What Mexican Street Artists Done After Been Asked to Paint 200 Houses

 

A project aimed to unite a rundown community in Mexican town Palmitas, found in the Pachuca district of the country, saw a youth organisation work together with the government to give the town a much needed lift. The group, known as ‘Germen Crew’ went to work on over 200 homes in the area, combining the work to create a massive rainbow mural. They aim to unite the community by providing a project and outlet for youths in the area. It appears to be working well, with reports claiming that 452 families have noted a reduce output of violence from youths in the area to almost nothing. More info: planisferio.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter (h/t: streetartnewsdemilked)

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