Rodrigo Carapia is a force in Madison’s street art scene

On a quiet street off East Washington Avenue, Rodrigo Carapia is perched on a ladder. His art supplies — a cardboard box of spray paints — sit on the sidewalk below as he contemplates his canvas, a long stretch of plywood on the side of a brick building.

He works quietly in the sunshine, pausing to smile at passersby or answer their questions about the vibrant scene of flowers, corn, Aztec figures, a jaguar and more that he’s bringing to life. Recently, a couple in town from Los Angeles stopped to ask about his work, adding that they had never seen art like this in Madison.

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