Thursday, July 23, 2015

Germen crew creates a giant piece in Pachuca, Mexico

In an unprecedented effort, Germen Crew and the government of Mexico joined forces to rehabilitate and beautify an entire district of Pachuca in Mexico.

In an unprecedented effort, Germen Crew and the government of Mexico joined forces to rehabilitate and beautify the district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico.
This project englobes 20 thousand square meters of painted surfaces over 209 houses which will directly benefit 452 families and 1808 people!
On top of beautifying the neighborhood, the project has been a tool of social transformation as during the process, the violence amongst younger people has been entirely eradicated and several jobs created.
Hit the jump for a lot of extra shots on this gorgeous piece of work and then let us know your thoughts down in the comments section. 








3 comments:

  1. Very cool. Can you please post details on total project cost, and how they got consent from residents and house owners? Would be useful to know.
    Thanks!

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  2. Very cool. Can you please post details on total project cost, and how they got consent from residents and house owners? Would be useful to know.
    Thanks!

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  3. Very beautiful. I think if calm and cool colors were used, it would calm our minds. Luminous and bright colors can't do so. Anyway doing something is better than doing nothing. May peace come to people's minds.

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