All Blog Posts Tagged 'Mexican' (2)

Intricate Street Art Enriched in Mexican Culture

When I first laid eyes on these beautiful murals by street artist Neuzz aka Miguel Mejía, I was really impressed with how his work is so enriched in Mexican culture. If you look closely, it's hard not to blown away by the amount of detail he puts into them. In particular, his use of color and contrast is incredible.

A graphic designer, painter, and…


Added by Eugene on July 22, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

Mexican Wrestling and Debauchery at its Finest - Lucha VaVoom!: Anaheim and Los Angeles

Are you craving a night of violence, sex, and spandex? If so, I have a whopper for you. Lucha VaVoom is acrobatic, theatrical, and absolutely outrageous. Girls, midgets, drag queens, and wrestlers dressed as chickens and lizards compete for glory and to become wrestling champion. Watch as they twist off the ropes and tackle one another, slamming into the sweat-slicked mat… Continue

Added by Eugene on January 13, 2009 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

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