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Triangulador: Street Art to Murals - S06E01 American Bandito Podcast

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Triangulador, Liu Szwako is a Mexico City-born street artist and muralist working in Madison, Wisconsin. I got the chance to meet with him in an apartment he turned into an art studio here in Madison.

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Learn more about Triangulador at https://www.triangulador.com

Music for this episode is by Lorenzo's Music - lorenzosmusic.com

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