Remember back in my last street art post, when I said that San Miguel de Allende’s barrio Guadalupe was my ultimate favourite street art spot, like, forever and always? Yeah, well, I hadn’t been to Puebla then (or Bogota, for that matter, but that’s a post for another day), because fuck me, this guide to street art in Puebla practically wrote (photographed?) itself.
I honestly feel like every single time I visit a new place, I’m simultaneously both thrilled by the vast collection of street art that dots the walls and annoyed that so many of the most expansive and gorgeous pieces are on the side of busy roads and underpasses, where it’s practically impossible to take a photo. I guess you could argue that’s the beauty of it though.
I wouldn’t, but you definitely could.
Anyway, I know you’re just here for the photos, so I won’t waffle on for any longer. Here’s your visual street art tour of Puebla, Mexico, my new favourite street art destination. (For how long? Who knows.)
COLOURFUL STREET ART IN PUEBLA, MEXICO
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Are their any great Puebla street artworks that I missed? Where are they?! Tell me in the comments!