This man was stretched out on a second floor wall in downtown Lima.
A kind of grafitti pretty familiar in US cities, in Lima Centro.
Gato Azul in Barranco neighborhood of Lima.
Two graphic styles of street art and a street person in Barranco.
I'm never a big fan of clowns, but this one had reason to be unhappy with the dreary spot he was wedged into.
Blue feline in Barranco
Boom box man in Barranco.
Someone had just pissed here.
Political Consciousness of an earlier era is fading but still readable on this building in Barranco.
"Con Solidaridad Hacemos Barrio".
"Pan y Belleza" - "Bread and Beauty"
Peru was between the Presidential election and a runoff election when I was there, so a lot of graphics competing with the graffiti - Lima.
and in the countryside - Sacred Valley.
In this neighborhood near Claudio Jimenez's studio the dayglo lettering of the music posters blotted out even the political advertisements.
In Barranco in particular, the artists seem more ambitious - three figures by Jimbo-Nemo,
including a cat and a man in a chullo hat.
Prehistoric mohawk on a tricycle?
boy with a lollipop,
and the dynamic duo.
I had a feeling I should know who these psychedelically rendered spirits were.
Somewhere between undersea and outer space.
A wall of faces in Barranco...
Mural by Jade Rivera dramatically situated on a stairway into the barranco of the Barranco neighborhood.
"Mi primer amor tenia doce anos..." - Jade Rivera.
Mural by Jade Rivera in Barranco.