Mazatlan Street Art

Katie and I just got back from a week in Mazatlan, a city whose street art and street food scenes just might rival those of the Mission District. So here are some pictures of graffiti and stickers and things (click to enlarge). We would’ve taken pictures of the bacon-wrapped hot dogs too, but we were busy eating.

I wrote more about our trip at my Twitter account, here. And thanks to Lael for holding down the fort.

Previously on Mission Mission:

Nuclear Care Bear

Katie’s Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog Farts

6 Responses to “Mazatlan Street Art”

  1. Tara says:

    I do this on vacation, too (eat a lot and take pictures of graffiti). Nice pics!

  2. johnny0 says:

    I like how the painters and poster people laid down their work *around* the existing art, that’s cool.

    Unlike this ass.

  3. Carin says:

    ooh Mazatlan!
    did you try the marlin? Probably illegal in the US, I remember eating that there.

  4. Allan Hough says:

    Isn’t that just swordfish? Or no? We had a marlin taco or something at some point. Tasted like swordfish.

  5. ct says:

    They’re not the same, although they look similar.

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