|Two homeless men on a wall outside of the National University.|
Bogotá's graffiti changes constantly. Here are some which are new - or new to me, at least.
As always, many are political, particularly in the National University, known as La Nacho.
|Two new murals on 19th St. Check out BogotaStreetArt.com for an overview of four major Bogotá muralists.|
|In the National University, a critique of the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement|
|Latin American leftist leaders.|
|'Imperialists out of Latin America!' Setting afire the United States in very unsubtle art in La Nacho.|
|Also in La Nacho's Plaza del Che, Uncle Sam turns Juan Manuel Santos into a marionette.|
|'Dirty Money,' on 26th St. near the National University and the U.S. Embassy.|
|Interpret this one, in La Nacho, for yourself|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours, which also offers graffiti tours.