|Three Kings, a symbol of Egipto. By K-no. Delix, of Bogotá.|
|Ark, from Bogotá|
The works make the neighborhood colorful and evocative. Unfortunately, however, they are out of bounds for most of us, both foreigners and Colombians, because of the neighborhood's violent crime problem. Stories abound of foreigners wandering into Egipto to photograph the view and returning without cameras, money, even their clothing.
A few months ago, a foreigner walked up there and got stabbed and robbed, apparently by the same gang of drug addicts who hung around watching the grafiteros paint their street. The police don't appear to have done anything, as seems to be usually the case.
|An old man, by Onírica, from Bogotá|
|Colectivo Atempo (Bogotá) ft Raw (UK)|
|The hand of God, by Almiron, from Argentina.|
|A face, by Feck, from Mexico.|
|By DJ LU, from Bogotá|
|Colectivo Atempo (Bogotá) and ft. Raw (UK)|
|La Wife, from Argentina, with the local gang nearby.|