El Paso’s Borderland Jam

Zyme One. He created the monkey.
Zyme One. He created the Cholo (gangster) monkey.

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Cholo (gangster) monkey by Zyme One
Cholo (gangster) monkey by Zyme One

Artists from around El Paso and other cities held the first borderland jam on Memorial Day weekend. Street art was painted on a one mile long building that stretches between Cotton and Third Street in Central El Paso. Thanks to local musician and artist Zyme One for sharing his photos. Stay tuned for an upcoming interview with Zyme One. I’ll be sure to share more photos when I go see the artwork.

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