Like music, art is a universal language. Whether written with brushes, computers, or cans of spray paint, it is our way to share, heal, survive, and spread the love for our community and people. With vivid colors, bold patterns and cultural symbols, the talented visual artists of Ritmo y Color have transformed McDonald’s restaurants around the country into visual masterpieces. Meet them and see their works below.
New York, June 1st
Carla Torres is a visual artist, who works across several media including drawing, painting, illustration, animation, and murals.
Manola and Maria Ramirez
San Antonio, June 14th
UT Austin Graduates Manola and Maria are accomplished individual artists who have been collaborating since 2018 in mixed media projects including painting, printmaking, installations, murals, and public art.
Christopher J. Gonzalez
Dallas, June 28th
Christopher Joseph Gonzalez a.k.a C. Joseph Art, is a muralist whose bold use of colors and characters are inspired from his Mexican-American heritage.
Chicago, July 19th
Best known for his pixelated murals and social narratives influenced by his Mexican culture. Mauricio is a visual artist who developed a unique color theory emulating the vibrancy of the community.
San Jose, August 2nd
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Hector is a painter and muralist who uses mixed media techniques to portray Latin traditions, myths, legends, and natural elements.
Miami, August 15th
Born and raised in the Bronx before making Miami his home, Carlos hopes to spread positivity to the world through color and content.
From coast to coast, McDonald’s showcases artist’s unique visions at selected restaurants. Visit and discover these one-of-a-kind art installations featuring a new AR experience that brings their artwork to life.
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