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"Pioneer"
"Pioneer"

by The Heavy, Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran Lead Artist: Bud Herrera Creative Signals Tustin sponsored

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"Children of the Earth"
"Children of the Earth"

This image depicts a child that is connected to the mountain and is creating the world around them. The vibrant colorful monarch butterfly embracing its migration. We wanted to emphasize and highlight different skin tones and shades that make up the children of the earth. Oakview Elementary School in Huntington Beach, CA by Artist, Bud Herrera & Kimberly Duran Photography by: Luis Edison @ledsxn

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Poppy for "Children of the earth"
Poppy for "Children of the earth"

Children of the Earth for Oakview Elementary School in Huntington Beach, CA by Artist, Bud Herrera & Kimberly Duran Photography by: Luis Edison @ledsxn

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" El Nahual"
" El Nahual"

The Nahuales are essentially spiritual beings, often seen as the gods’ guardians. Not all Nahuales were suitable to be revered as divine guardians, but, good or bad, they all commanded fear and respect. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on brick Artist: Bud Herrera

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“Bending time and space”
“Bending time and space”

Cuauhtémoc, depicted in a golden “Dorado” penoch full of quetzal feathers gazing and connecting with a “spirit” bird which represents his connection to nature. Worshipped by Mayas and Aztecs, the Quetzal feathers symbolism is not accidental: the local tradition considers it a symbol of freedom it was believed that it preferred to die of hunger rather than to live as a prisoner. This mural reminds us that regardless of the adversities that are thrown at us, we are in control.

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Finished wall
Finished wall

"Doblando el tiempo y el espacio" by The Heavy, Artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran Location: 2600 W Edinger Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92704

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"Frida"
"Frida"

Homage to Frida Kahlo for Tacos Madre Mexican cocina in Costa Mesa, CA Acrylic and Aerosol Artist: Bud Herrera & Kimberly Duran

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Details of flowers
Details of flowers

Homage to Frida Kahlo for Tacos Madre Mexican cocina in Costa Mesa, CA Acrylic and Aerosol Artist: Bud Herrera & Kimberly Duran

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flowers for "Frida" mural
flowers for "Frida" mural

Homage to Frida Kahlo for Tacos Madre Mexican cocina in Costa Mesa, CA Acrylic and Aerosol Artist: Bud Herrera & Kimberly Duran

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"Portal to Centennial"
"Portal to Centennial"

Commissioned by CSM Real estate for Main place Mall Date: September 2021 Develop an abstract interactive portal design Medium: Aerosol Location: Santa Ana, California

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"Inner Self" The Heavy Collective
"Inner Self" The Heavy Collective

Calle Cuatro and Grand st. Santa Ana, California Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on Brick wall. The mural was a gift to the community of Santa Ana in the peak of the COVID-19 Pandemic lockdown. The artist wanted to promote peace. The image depicts a mother earth being encompassed by nature, manifesting inner peace and remaining aware of its surroundings. Allowing her to remain centered and at peace from within, and using her energy to bend earth and create the world around her. Date:2020

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"Gateway to Entry point"
"Gateway to Entry point"

Abstract mural created for Blue Bowl Orange Location. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran Date:2021

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"From the earth" HEAVY X From the Earth
"From the earth" HEAVY X From the Earth

Psychedelic mother earth with a marijuana plant growing from the earth. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol. Mother Earth with earth in her had and a bud life growing through. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Creator, Quetzalcoatl" The Heavy Collective
"Creator, Quetzalcoatl" The Heavy Collective

Third and Bush st., Santa Ana, California Medium: Acylic and Aerosol on self standing wooden wall. Funded in part by the City of Santa Ana Arts and Culture Commission, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran Date:2018

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"Portal to UCSD"
"Portal to UCSD"

Commissioned by Blue Bowl inside the North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood development at UCSD Arts and Humanities Center Acrylic and Aerosol on cement Photography by: @EyeRecap

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"Gaia" HEAVY X From The Earth Co
"Gaia" HEAVY X From The Earth Co

HEAVY X From The Earth Co., Santa Ana Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on wall. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Upside Down" HEAVY X Blue Bowl
"Upside Down" HEAVY X Blue Bowl

HEAVY X Blue Bowl Costa Mesa collaboration This mural was commissioned by Blue Bowl. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"BornxRaised" Heavy X Mainplace Mall Collaboration
"BornxRaised" Heavy X Mainplace Mall Collaboration

Commissioned by CSM Real estate, Mainplace Mall Date: November 2019 Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol on Canvas, Colorful Santa ana water tower icon, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Spread Love" Heavy X Mainplace Mall collab
"Spread Love" Heavy X Mainplace Mall collab

Commissioned by CSM Real estate for Main place Mall Date: December 2020 This Mural was a part of our Love Campaign. The design was customized to the Main Place Mall Centennial Real Estate Co. Currently located near Macy's. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Herbal meditation"
"Herbal meditation"

HEAVY X From the Earth, Santa Ana California, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Reincarnation" HEAVY X Mcfadden Market  Place
"Reincarnation" HEAVY X Mcfadden Market Place

HEAVY X Mcfadden Market Place, Funded by The City of Santa Ana's Art and Culture Commission. This mural was inspired by the students from OSCHA whom provided input on design. The community wanted to celebrate the Dia De los Muertos Culture, and in honor of Noche de Altars we developed this image.Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran Date:2018

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HEAVY X Blue Bowl
HEAVY X Blue Bowl

Commissioned to paint the Founders of Blue Bowl Mural at the UCI Location in the University Town Center. Medium: Acrylic and Aerosol, Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Mariposa" Family Justice Center , Santa Ana Police Department
"Mariposa" Family Justice Center , Santa Ana Police Department

There is a Native American legend that says, " If you have a secret wish, capture a butterfly and whisper your wish to it. Since butterflies cannot speak, your secret is safe in their keeping. Release the butterfly, and it will carry your wish to the Great Spirit, who alone knows the thoughts of butterflies. By setting the butterfly free, you are helping to restore the balance. Designed by Artist Kimberly Duran

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"Jake's Bowl"
"Jake's Bowl"

HEAVY X Blue Bowl, New Huntington Location. Image depicts Jake, holding his favorite bowl. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Las mujeres no se acaban, las santas" Heavy X La Santa Bar DTSA
"Las mujeres no se acaban, las santas" Heavy X La Santa Bar DTSA

Artist: Kimberly Duran digital mural for La Santa Bar in DTSA This digital painting was created to empower all the iconic mexican women that have impacted our lives through there artistic career.

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Blue bowl X Orange circle
Blue bowl X Orange circle

The Colorful burst of color was painted at Blue Bowl's new location at Orange Circle, Orange California.Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Love, Montebello" Heavy X Shop Montebello
"Love, Montebello" Heavy X Shop Montebello

Heavy X Shop Montebello The Heavy's "Love Campaign" Spreading love through an interactive mural. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"La Ofrenda" The Heavy Collective
"La Ofrenda" The Heavy Collective

Third and Bush St., Santa Ana, Califiornia “La Ofrenda”, inorder to live we must confront death. A life for a life, we offer a gift ,an ofrenda for the dead. For this is our offering to the life beyond this one. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Ascending Eagle"
"Ascending Eagle"

Public Art Initiative, Artist Develop a graffiti mural off First st. and Halladay for Auto Repair Shop. Image depicts Aztec Emperor, Cuahtemoc. Collaboration between artist Bud Herrera and Kimberly Duran

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"Viva La Huelga"
"Viva La Huelga"

HEAVY X LAFed collaboration for Rally for your rights in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Artist: Kimberly Duran

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