In Jaunary 2018 a large section of the old historic part of Cuenca was a construction site. The plywood hoardings around the site were painted with street art murals. I have credited the artist whenever possible but unfortunately most of the work was unsigned.
below: A Chicho rat
below: Hambre translates to hunger.
below: Fourteen candles
below: White clothes; red heads
below: Wide eyed face with many teeth and an angular nose
below: Cuenca street scene
below: San Pancho re-arranged
below: passing the peacock feather from top to bottom
below: Shopping with diegumberrto aka Diego Molina,
below: She’s kneeling in the garden wearing mis-matched earrings and a pink sun hat; she is surrounded by a book, dolls, watermelon, lots of flowers and even a skull.
below: Pieces of clothing flying everywhere
below: Honeybee and gummi bears
below:Flores en el camino, signed Anuska?
below: ideas, thoughts, and dreams
below: At the corner
below: More hoardings
below: Rearranged where workmen are busy.