Farid Rueda’s New Pieces of Street Art in Bogota, Colombia – Design You Trust

Farid Rueda’s New Pieces of Street Art in Bogota, Colombia


Farid Rueda just took a quick trip in Colombia to visit Bogota where he was able to work his magic on a new piece.


Entitled “Remember”, the piece talks about the military repression towards the local indigenous tribes. The Mexican artist paint two animals that symbolically represents the struggle. The eagle is the oppressor that forces people to live in poverty while the rats are struggling to stay alive.

h/t: Street Art News

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