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A Colombian sign painter’s hand is seen writing with a brush on music party posters in the sign painting workshop in Cartagena, Colombia, 16 April 2018. Hidden in the dark, narrow alleys of Bazurto market, a group of dozen young men gathered around José Corredor (“Runner”), the master painter, produce every day hundreds of hand-painted posters. Although the vast majority of the production is designed for a cheap visual promotion of popular Champeta music parties, held every weekend around the city, Runner and his apprentices also create other graphic design artworks, based on brush lettering technique. Using simple brushes and bright paints, the artisanal workshop keeps the traditional sign painting art alive.
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A Colombian sign painter’s hand is seen writing with a brush on music party posters in the sign painting workshop in Cartagena, Colombia, 16 April 2018. Hidden in the dark, narrow alleys of Bazurto market, a group of dozen young men gathered around José Corredor (“Runner”), the master painter, produce every day hundreds of hand-painted posters. Although the vast majority of the production is designed for a cheap visual promotion of popular Champeta music parties, held...
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Date > 16 Apr 2018

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