The government of Mexico has recently partnered up with the German Crew, a group of local street artists, to paint a 20,000–square meter mural across the surface of 209 homes in Palmitas district of Pachuca, Mexico.
This project was an attempt at urban renewal, which hopes to convey visual and social changes through providing temporary jobs and reduce crime and violence within the neighborhood.
The project benefited over 452 families, or 1,808 people, streetartnews reported.
From a group whose name literally means “germ crew” comes a masterpiece that not only gave light to the city but also spread happiness to many people.
It is amazing how far a few strokes of the brush and drops of paint can go if only used with an altruistic heart.