El Mac – Spark of Divinity

The infamous El Mac recently made his way out to Arizona where he was commissioned by the grocery chain Whole Foods to paint a beautiful new mural. The piece entitled “Spark of Divinity” features a mother and daughter embracing one another juxtaposed with the beautiful Sedona landscape in the background.


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El Mac – “Desert Rose” @ Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

Infamous mural artist El Mac was recently invited to the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Arizona, where the portrait artist painted another amazing piece entitled “Desert Rose.” The globetrotting street artist completed a tall painting of one of his close friends holding a rose.


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El Mac x David Choe – Mural Collaboration in Phoenix

After a teaming up on a crazy project in Cambodia, El Mac and David Choe are back at another wall again this time in Phoenix, Arizona. The duo worked away using their signature styles, like Mac’s rippled portrait and Choe’s expressive and loose backgrounds.

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El Mac – New Mural for Igloo Hong Project

The infamous El Mac is out in Cambodia where he’s been getting busy for the Igloo Hong Project organized by David Choe. Mac, among a number of other artists have been creating public art on a large scale to help beautify various communities.

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El Mac x Celso Gonzalez – New Mural in NYC

The infamous El Mac recently went over to New York City where he teamed up with artist Celso Gonzalez to paint another giant mural. The duo work side by side creating a beautiful portrait piece on the streets of Harlem.

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Bizarre Beyond Belief Issue #19

Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine Issue #19 features interviews with Street Art & Graffiti, Myneandyours, Frost45, James Rawson, Alex Garant, DAZE, Lauren YS and BRAY1 along with image features on Dirty Safes, Bench Report Vol. 1 by CRSPPHOTO, Mural Festival and El Mac x Todd Mazer in Boston. Click the LINK or the image below to read for free!


El Mac – Juarense y Poderosa

“Juarense y Poderosa”, the mural I painted in Ciudad Juárez, was based on photos I took of a young woman from there named Diana who lost her mother to kidnapping. “Ánimo Sin Fronteras”, the second mural, painted on the other side of the border in El Paso, was based on my photos of a man named Melchor, whose son was disappeared by corrupt police. Both Diana and Melchor represent countless others who’ve lost and suffered in recent years. – El Mac

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