SIMON BOLIVAR was one of the most important figures of the emancipation of the South American regions under Spanish domain.
He freed different countries, including Peru, where SEF was born and raised: "I'm fortunate to have been raised in the Pueblo Libre District, which was very close to the last Bolivar residence when he lived in Peru in 1823, and is now the Anthropology and Peruvian History Museum.
I remember when I was very little, my brother and I would leave after school to go to the Libertarors' Estate play with the plants, the shells, and also to see the portraits of the libertadors and Peruvian presidents, and pictures of carriages of the time. Those scenes left great impressions on my childhood.
Approaching the bicentennial of Peruvian independence, I wanted to interpret the main characters of the Liberators Estate with my graffiti style and my theme of kids innocence."
Supported by municipality and district of Pueblo Libre.