|Drawing a giant Iguana on Seventh Ave. (and it's not EcoPetrol's symbol).|
This arts collective worked on Ave. Septima today - the car-free section - to create some ephimeral chalk art. The group has done their work all over the city, they said. But you wouldn't know it, since it's all here today, gone tomorrow.
|That's a martian in formation which the psssers-by are observing.|
|The martian, stage one.|
|The martian, nearly complete.|
|The group's slogan, 'Resistiza,' is a play on words combining 'resistance' and 'chalk.' The group may resist social norms, but the chalks doesn't resist rain and footsteps.|
|Don't blink, or you'll miss 'em. The group had drawn a crocodile here early today. The riot-police were stationed to defend against anti-Free Trade Agreement protesters who passed by earlir in the day. Their steps didn't do the images any favors.|
|Check them out at tizaalpiso.blogspot.com|
|Is that a naked woman I see on Seventh Ave.?|
|The bicycle they rode in on.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours, which offers graffiti, or street art, bike tours.