Mexican Graffiti Artists Honor Slain Journalists; Tie-Dye Workshop Gives Old Clothes New Life; Mongolian Vocational Students Anticipate Tourism Profits; and more.
Ares spray-paints “MÉXICO ASESINO” (“MEXICO KILLER”) along one of Mexico City’s busiest avenues. Tagging the Universe held an okupa gráfica, a collective action by graffiti artists, to honor journalists who have been killed in Mexico.
Sandra Chaparro dyes cloth at a tie-dye workshop offered by Michelle “Micku” Murgulo in Aguada, Puerto Rico. Chaparro says she came to the workshop to learn how to revamp old clothing.
Coraly Cruz Mejías,
Munkhmurun Byambasaikhan, left, paints while Purevdorj Ulziitugs dresses a figure at a polytechnic college in Murun, Khuvsgul province, Mongolia. They are learning to make souvenirs and handicrafts because the province is trying to develop tourism.
Mauricio Castellan prepares a paintbrush in front of a mural of a Middle Ages woman making beer in Tepotzotlán, State of Mexico. Castellan is painting the scene on the exterior of a restaurant that serves artisanal beer.
Aline Suárez del Real,
Sebamalai Immanuvel uses a slingshot to drive out the monkeys that feed on crops in Mannar, Sri Lanka.
Juan Antonio Velázquez Borrayo shoots fireworks during a patronal feast in San Francisco, Nayarit, Mexico.
Teresa Velasco Ruiz, left, and Lucía Santiz sit under a tent at an encampment for displaced families in Chenalhó, Chiapas, Mexico. A long-standing conflict over land ownership in the community of Santa Martha has displaced many residents.