Street Art Around The Globe: Mexico City FD (Part 2)

The second episode of Street Art Around The Globe Mexico City is about the Street Art that I found in La Roma Norte District. A wonderful vibrant district, full with cosy restaurants and bars, painted walls. I really recommend to book a ho(s)tel in this area if you visit Mexico City.

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See also the first episode:(Click) Street Art Around The Globe: Mexico City FD (Part 1)

19 thoughts on “Street Art Around The Globe: Mexico City FD (Part 2)

  1. Incredible street art! Beautiful pictures.

    1. indeed is fantastic street art! Great place to discover! Thanks for commenting

      1. It makes me wanting to go there, and check it out. Amazing! Thanks for sharing!

      2. I can only recommend a visit to Mexico city Federal District. Everywhere hidden corners and alleys with street art.

  2. Very good my friend. An excellent selection. And surprising. I go to Roma somewhat often and have not spotted any of the art to display. Thank you.

  3. To make sure there is no confusion: I live in Mexico city and know “la colonia Roma” fairly well.

    1. Hi, to define: some street art you can find around calle zacatecas, calle guanajuato etc.

      1. Thanks for the tip. I see exactly where it is. Near Alvaro Obregón. One of my daughters lives a tad north of that on Londres and Dinamarca. I will schedule a “shhoting trip one of those days. Be good.

  4. Reblogged this on Equinoxio and commented:
    A great selection of Mexico city street art. Highly recommendable

  5. I visited Mexico City way back in the 1970’s and the street art then was not as prevalent..but just as beautiful. It was a glorious place to visit.

  6. Amazing! I wish I could visit Mexico City (and whole Mexico) one day 🙂

  7. These images are beautiful. My favorite is the girl with the alligator.

    1. yes, it’s a fantastic piece of street art! Thanks for passing by Robin, enjoy your day

  8. What stunning street art! I especially like those little cartoon birds by Bue and the delicate piece by Bety Avila…wonderful

    1. Yes Bué The Warrior a great (belgian) artist! Was really surprising for me to see his work on the walls in Mexico City!

  9. Very different from what you’ve shared from eastern Europe. Very beautiful. So much realism!

    1. Indeed, I have noticed that as well that its totally different. I prefer the south american street art too.

  10. The Tweedledee & Tweedledum one made me chuckle, and stood out as rather different to the others here.

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