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Pablo Cendejas

Instructions for making street art


Materials: 200 pesos, measuring tape, white paint, brush, traffic cones.


1. place the cones across the street in order to block flow of cars.

2. find the middle of the block with the measuring tape and mark it a 40cm line across the street from side walk to side walk.

3. keep the 200 pesos ready in case of extortion from the police.


This should only be attempted where most policemen are somewhat corrupt.



Avant-garde abstract painting.


Materials: thick sheet of iron, a lot of sand paper, truck.


1. get a hold of a thick rectangular sheet of metal.

2. wipe off protective paint with sand paper.

3. take the metal to the countryside.

4. wait several years to encourage someone to visit the work of art.

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