Nacho Bernal and his graffiti take the streets to transform them into museums

Thursday October 31 18.37 GMT


Nacho Bernal and his graffiti take the streets to transform them into museums


Ignacio Bernal Tejeda, better known in the art world as Nacho Bernal, performs magnificent murals that reveal beautiful images.

The originator of Morelia had a first approach towards graphite in the 2006, and since then he fell in love with that medium.

With obvious prehispanic influence, as well as flashes of current affairs, Bernal takes the streets as museums to exhibit his work.

Street art became a fundamental part of his life. And it can be seen in places like Michoacán, Mexico City, Cancun and even Los Angeles.

He is aware of the ephemerality of his pieces, but that does not stop him to overflow his creativity again and again.

The artist and illustrator plays with a palette of vibrant colors and proudly carries his Mexican roots around the world.

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