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An artist who turned trash into a canvas.

Triangulador is Liu Szwako, a Mexico City-born street artist and muralist in Madison, Wisconsin whose work started out as an awesome series of street art, using discarded furniture and mattresses around the city as a canvas.

I got a chance to meet Liu on an episode of the American Bandito Podcast

In the meantime, check out some of Triangulador's work below:



Image contains outdoor street art on furniture

Image contains street art outdoors on box spring

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains graffiti art outdoors on futon mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors sidewalk on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on box spring next to car

Image contains street art outdoors on mattress

Image contains street art outdoors on couch

Image contains street art outdoors at night on mattress

You can learn more about Triangulador at the website triangulador.com


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