One Hundred Years of Solitude Mural by Daniel Anguilu at Northeastern University campus

This mural is just too large to capture in a photograph, so here is a video panorama of the “One Hundred Years of Solitude” mural by Daniel Anguilu, on a pedestrian ramp at the Northeastern University Campus.

From the plaque on the mural:

Angiulu began painting at an early age. The abstract shapes, animal imagery, and vibrant colors in his art are deeply inspired by his Mexican heritage. In the bold, sweeping lines of this piece, he sought to capture the movement and rhythm of pedestrians as they walk across campus, as well as to pay homage to the renowned author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died shortly before this commission.

See more of this artist’s work at Artist Danny Anguilu Instagram

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Fantastic Negrito at Middle East 08/29/2018

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Not Art

The “Not Art” motif is becoming more and more ubiquitous in the Cambridge and Somerville area. Here the not artist has hit an abandoned gas station sign.

not art gas station sign, somerville ma street art

Location: Corner of McGrath Highway and Broadway, Somerville.


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