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Non-Violence sculpture

This Non-Violence sculpture is right outside a shopping mall
Mexico 2018 part VI - From Frida Kahlo to aspiring Banksies

January 6th 2019
Art, statues, street art and something totally unexpected When we started this blog the main purpose was to get a platform to publish photos. In Mexico I took a lot of pictures of interesting street art. In the previous blogs I could at the most fit in one or two of these photos or else the blogs would have grown too large. I therefore decided to make a separate blog to publish th ... read more
North America » Mexico » Distrito Federal » Mexico City

Mexican Flag The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
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7th May 2019

Non-Violence sculpture
I have seen photos of (a version of) this sculpture, but didn't know there were many around the world. I love your on-going project to see and photograph them :) I loved the Blue House despite the crowds, so I'm glad you and your Mum could get in... and that's a cute story about skipping the line.
7th May 2019

On the Non-Violence project
The Non-Violence project we began a bit by chance. We realised that we easily could get quite a few of them with very little effort. Since then we have just kept on adding when we have come across them. I recently added one designed by Paul McCartney and one designed by Ringo Starr. /Ake

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