In Street Art: Liqen in Chiapas, Mexico

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
In Buddhism, the monkey is an early incarnation of Buddha but may also represent trickery and ugliness. Here Spanish street artist, Liqen paints a monkey closely observing his fellow occupant of planet earth, human.

Liqen in Chiapas, Mexico

Street Art // Monday, September 12, 2011
In Buddhism, the monkey is an early incarnation of Buddha but may also represent trickery and ugliness.  Here Spanish street artist, Liqen paints a monkey closely observing his fellow occupant of planet earth, human.  

Evolution of Things

Street Art // Monday, August 22, 2011
We can’t get enough of Liqen’s studio and street work.  This wonderful new ink on paper incorporates the evolution of machines with species.

Scatterbrained and Empty-headed

Street Art // Thursday, August 04, 2011
One of the more intriguing and exciting street artist’s currently working in the streets is Spanish muralist, Liqen who recently collaborated with Doa on this wall in Guadalajara, Mexico.  

New Liqen Wall

Street Art // Monday, June 20, 2011
Continuing his travels and painting adventures, Spanish artist Liqen acquired some prime real estate in Plastica, Guadalajara, Mexico. Preserving the original mural and adding his own touch, Liqen creates a wonderful balance of old and new. As the artist states, “Mitofantastic Mantro is a mural dedicated to one of the many amorphous gods there may be”.

New Liqen mural

Street Art // Thursday, June 02, 2011
Spanish muralist, Liqen, continues his adventures through Mexico painting this mesmerizing mural on the side of a cafe in Guadalajara.  Naming the mural “Biciqueleto”, Liquen stated these words with the mural, “In this world, sadly, how hard is to do well, if you do things quickly, without enjoyment, without desire, and evil, you will put a statue in a square, a medal or at least the name of a street.”

Human Netsphere

Street Art // Monday, May 30, 2011
  Spanish muralist, Liqen, recently finished this exceptional illustration for Dios Ke Te Crew, a hip-hop group from his native hometown.  With each new creation, Liqen seduces us into his bizarre language, this being the web of mechanical humans levitating in open space.

The Artwork of Liqen

Street Art // Thursday, May 19, 2011
Spanish street artist, Liqen, has been aggressively painting numerous walls in Mexico lately.  His lively, highly detailed murals are guaranteed to catch your eye. While traveling in Mexico, Liquen discovered a planes corpse on the beach.  The plane was used to traffic weed and had been shot down six days prior.  After evaluating the wreckage, he decided to convert the planes corpse into a fish tail.  Check out some samples of Liqen’s work!  
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