Over the summer, my family and I celebrated my grandmothers 80th birthday in Mexico City. It was absolutely incredible, filled with many firsts...my first time meeting certain family members, visiting my great grandmothers grave, and walking into the home my grandmother grew up in.
While visiting, I took notes through photographs of certain textures I knew would make an incredible record of my 2 weeks there. From the stones of Teotihuacan, to the tiles found in my grandmothers old home, Mexico City was just filled with something special. And I wanted to record it.
Where and what I saw:
The pyramids of Teotihuacan
Museo Frida Khalo
The drawing below encompasses some of my favorite moments, patterns, and lines. Can you spot any of them in the pictures above?
This illustration will be on display at my solo show at Tamale Hut Cafe, November 12, 2016.
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