Pot Luck

The Carnicería Connoisseur: Getting Artsy at Mexican Meat Markets

Houston carniceria paintings are an emerging folk art form. Here are a few of my favorites:

Meanwhile, back in Guanajuato...

All photos by Robb Walsh

Buddhist cow, headless pig.

Meat, beer and cigarettes -- what else is there?

Pink doughnuts and fluffy bread

Pepsi generation chick

Rooster in sandals

"Here I come to save the day!"

-- Robb Walsh

There's a guy who takes photos of carniceria art in L.A. Here's a link to his site.

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