Curves in the City

By Nora Vasconcelos

The world looking at us.
The world looking at us.

Mexico city is a place where street art has found an immense canvas. Very often, people who live here, as well as tourists, get surprise with unexpected pieces that bring a nice variation to the everyday routine.

This time, an art installation known as Ball Parade can be observed along a business and touristic corridor of the Mexican capital. It presents a series of football balls with innovative designs, some of the used to promote peace, a better world for the children, and some others to honor the history of famous Mexican teams and players.

The exhibition comes in a fantastic time when it’s all about football in two continents, with the Copa America and the Euro Cup being played at the same time in the USA and France.

The curvy art pieces will remain along Reforma avenue until July 23rd, after that it will travel around Mexico, and, probably, abroad.

Licencia Creative Commons

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Author: The Traveling Book Club by Nora Vasconcelos

I'm a born writer and a journalist who loves books so much that can't live without them.

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