The article: “Stinkfish, Himed & Reyben in Queretaro, México” was recently posted on the website StreetArtNews.Com, a guide to the Street Art World, the piece exposes one of the most important urban muralists around the world and his works in the city of Querétaro.
Our friend Stinkfish recently spent some time on the streets of Queretaro in Central Mexico where he teamed up with Himed & Reyben to work on a new collaboration.
Working on a picture that Stinkfish took in Mexico three years ago, Himed and Reyben created an ultra detailed large stencil while the Colombian artist himself added the extra details and all the colorful abstract patterns.
Take a look below for more detailed images on this mural and keep checking back with StreetArtNews.Com for the latest street art updates from around the world.
Stinkfish is a Colombian street artist who uses found photographs to recreate the images on street art murals. These walls are recreated with inventions of psychedelic themes and elements.
Stinkfish initially began making stencils around the years 2000-2001. However, it was not until 2003, in Bogotá, that he created a very intricate street art piece. This image was created in remembrance of John F. Kennedy’s murder. The artwork was that of John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting the corpse of his father. He painted the piece over and over until one day he was detained by the police.