Created and Sold by Jaque Fragua

Jaque Fragua

American Indian Occupation - Street Murals

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Jaque Fragua, an artist from New Mexico, in collaboration with Spencer Keeton Cunningham, created this cartoony public mural on a tattered Tenderloin building at Austin Street, SF. Titled American Indian Occupation, this piece spotlights issues in the Native American communities.

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Jaque Fragua
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Jaque Fragua is an indigenous artist, whose work features visions drawn from traditional Native American ceramics, blankets, tattoo designs and more. Fragua authentically repurposes his culture’s iconography, which conceptually subverts our overconsumption of misappropriated Native American design and identity.