Several weeks ago I came across the Anahuac mural in Boyle Heights. Its this 400 sq ft mural on the perimeter wall of Roosevelt High. It is a mural celebrating the history and accomplishments of Mexico and Central America. It took the muralist Nelyollotl Toltecatl six years to complete this mural
Here are some shots I took:
The close ups that I put up are somewhat a disjointed story of what the mural actually depicts. More pictures of the mural can be found here
Also, the mural is on Mott St between 4th and 6th.
Labels: Anahuac mural, Boyle Heights, East L.A., Legal Murals, Los Angeles, Mott St, Nelyollotl Toltecatl, Roosevelt High