This ad is one of my most precious belongings.
When someone points a Kalashnikov at you on a lost track in Kenya you will be able to understand everything they say – even if they speak Kiswahili, Aramaic, or in the language of Mordor.
In certain parts of Africa, monkey skulls and dried snakes could be a better safety device than guns.
And that’s one of the things I like the most. Those murals can’t be sold, can’t enter into the art business.
En varias de las historias del blog hablamos de Guyana a partir de las emociones. Aquí van los datos.