Una de la ideas de la campaña es transformar los muros y paredes públicas y/o privadas de la ciudad de Austin en centros de educación. A través de un código QR —el cual estará impreso en todos los murales— las personas serán dirigidas al website donde podrán encontrar información en español acerca del virus.
Los murales serán pintados por artistas locales hispanos siguiendo tres simples parámetros: 1. Utilizar el tema “No Seas Wey”; 2. Fomentar el uso de la mascarilla; y 3. Que el mural tenga un código QR.
Esta campaña está siendo creada por un grupo de amigos y colegas que decidieron donar su tiempo y experiencia hacia una buena causa.
Peter is just a normal guy trying to spread love and positivity with his birds, while also encouraging others to do what makes them happy.
Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Luis has been an Austin resident for thirteen years. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, he and his family emigrated to the USA when he was eleven years old. He explores his identity as a Venezuelan living in the US through his art. Politics, social issues and pop culture all appear off and on throughout his work.
Carmen Rangel is an Austin visual artist and co-founder of The Mosaic Workshop who specializes in painted murals, mosaic and collage. Her body of work is focused on exploring Latinx culture and amplifying underrepresented people. She is passionate about public art and it’s ability to educate, tell stories, and bring people together.
EDUARDO FLORES, AKA BAYO
Bayo is an Award-winning Art Director, Illustrator and Visual Artist As a Visual Artist his work has been exposed in many blogs, magazines, books, and art galleries in Belgium, Spain, Germany and the US.