The Raw Project Murals invites national and international urban artists to paint walls in different schools in United States.
The first time I took part on the project was in Miami in 2015 at Jose de Diego Middle School and this time was in Denver.
The wall painted was at Eagleton Elementary School in Denver.
I decided to paint a Tiger playing with a ball or maybe a tiger trying to catch the attention of that special ball that seem to be our planet.
The Courage is something that I wanted to generate as a way to stimulate the kids attending at the school because it’s something that we need to reinforce in the new generations.
During my stay in Denver I got the possibility to paint at Crush Festival in Rhino District.
As the area were the Festival is taking place is called Rhino Art District I decided to paint a Rhino head on my spot.
– Title:           “Rhino Head”.
– Technique: Free hand spray paint on wall.
– Size:             12.50 x 5.50 m.
– Location:    Rhino Art District Denver, US.
– Title:            “Attached hand”.
– Technique: Free hand spray paint on wall.
– Size:             3.00 x 2.00 m.
– Location:    Jose de Diego Middle School Miami, US.
– Title:           “Stripped of Stripes”.
– Technique: Free hand spray paint on wall.
– Size:             12.50 x 5.50 m.
– Location:    Eagleton Elementary School Denver, US.

Raw Project – Denver, USA