Lu Yorlano recently painted this wall along with friend El Lolo, who’s also a member of the collective project they started a few months ago called “Sapo Rojo” (the members: lu yorlano, coty taboada, marcos santos & el lolo)
They are trying to blend trough different murals and drawings, so as to enrich the mixture between their four different styles.
El Lolo and Lu yorlano have been painting some collective murals together for a while, but always with other colleagues, so this would be their first mural together.
As Lu explains in her own words: ”Our objective was to blend our styles (which are not definitely defined but in murals I mainly do abstract / organic patterns and lolo figurative / portraits), trying to find new ways in which the mixture contains both essences but as seen generally, looks like one strong piece of art. I find really enriching to share the whole process with a colleague in which you have to hand over some of your ways to create so as to find new ones, searching those hidden spots beneath, that only see the light while sharing and creating with others (like a story of encounters and dis encounters).”
This wall was painted in the streets of Córdoba, in a neighborhood called “Barrio Jardín”.
The wall measured 6,5 x 5,5 mts aprox. They used latex paint.
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