Two Sides of a Changarrito

Changarrito Front, EAST 2019 - Austin, Texas

Changarrito Front, EAST 2019 – Austin, Texas

In addition to my portraits, I did a little street photography at EAST. On the first weekend, I shot a with the Fujifilm X-T10. I like the thin shadows cast by the overhead structure in the central walkway. I also luckily captured a sunlit face in the background. A Changarrito and the artwork frames the person.

What’s a Changarrito? I didn’t know either and had to look it up. A Changarrito is an art vending cart used as a compact alternative to a gallery. Here, we have the artwork of the Dead Bros Gang on display.

Changarrito Back, EAST 2019 - Austin, Texas

Changarrito Back, EAST 2019 – Austin, Texas

The small cart has two sides, and here’s the view from the back. I only shot this minutes later, but we have a few patrons appreciating the art. Interestingly, from this angle, you can’t see the thin shadow lines.

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