Barbara Calderón-Douglass published an article on vice.com featuring one of Yesckas latest pieces from Mexico City Protests.

Yescka is a Oaxacan street artist and founder of the political art collective ASARO (Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaca). He created wheatpaste posters of five young men in postures of surrender as red spray paint drips off their backs. Three figures with their pants at their ankles wear soccer jerseys that read “Justice,” “Ayotzinapa,” and “October 2″—the day of the ​Tlaltelolco Massacre.

www.vice.com/read/the-missing-43-ayotzinapa-students-have-inspired-new-protest-art-in-mexico-456