Nothing like wandering the streets of a new-to-me city and seeing this: This nightmare isn’t some Pan’s Labyrinth be-hoofed creature come to haunt the streets of Arequipa, Peru. It’s Peruvian folklore, rendered large and hyper-realistic.
From block after block of murals in the artsy Barranco neighborhood, to temporary art cubes set up in parks in Miraflores, to the occasional illicit graffiti, tag, stencil, or sticker, Lima, Peru is awash in street art.
Lauren's the writing shutterbug. Todd's the artist. Together we have a bit of wanderlust. Learn more...
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