Farid Rueda Art
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Farid Rueda was listed as one of the top 15 street artists in Mexico by Buzzfeed in July 2015. He has brought colors to the streets in Mexico and around the world. However, just a year ago, his work had an entirely different style – perhaps something you would expect walking along the dark walls of your city. His style is known for saturated electric colors and repetitive shapes on totemic animals.
When was Farid Rueda born
Farid was born in 1986 in Morelos, Mexico. That makes him36 Years old in 2022 and the second generation of Mexican street artists. We will see about his influences below.
Farid Rueda’s early work
La Piedad tells a story of a mother whose child has passed away in her arms. The spirit of the dead child bursts into flowers and returns to nature. Just like many of his works, The Meeting and Kissing the Memory are about the loss of a dear one.
“Reliquias” painting on canvas – Farid Rueda 2014
“Humanos de Mierda” Farid Rueda 2012
“Resistencia del Alma ” Farid Rueda
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This year 2015, Rueda has updated his style with a cheerful, contrasting, and kaleidoscopic touch. This fresh look immediately caught the attention of the art market and his work is to be sold in high-street markets in Paris. He is admittedly inspired and influenced by some well-established Mexican street artists such as Seher One, Saner and especially LeSuperDemon (see work below).
Rueda does not hide the fact that his signature artwork “Scream” carries not only impressive colors but also a ‘J&B’ logo. It is pinned and liked on social media with the caption: “sponsored by J&B Mexico”. The desire of big brands to be associated with trending young artists has been a trend for years, but this year, it offered emerging artists like Rueda a chance to bring his name to the world.
Farid Rueda Art
Mural painting has always been a medium of art expression in Mexico dating back to its pre-Hispanic time. A single figure, animals and narrative scenes are often found in the Mesoamerican monumental buildings, the themes are strongly based on nature. You can see the traces of pre-classic elements in Rueda’s work.
Nature and spirituality have always been present, regardless of the choice of color or style. Dropping out of art school and joining the No Colectivo creative group, Rueda has never stopped telling his story with passion and skills. When he expresses it in this sharpened catchy style, the art market gives its response with incentives.