If the beer is warm, people won’t drink in public—or that’s the idea, at least.
No dog left behind.
Meant to withstand violent impacts, Mexican engineer Reynaldo Vela’s personal protection pods take prehistoric design cues and are part of a broader trend in disaster capitalism.
"My most creative and calm moments happen at night while the fucking bureaucrats sleep."
“We realized that most customers had no idea of the names and varieties of chiles, so we decided to share our knowledge."
The federal environmental protection agency saw a video of the restaurant torching a big hairy bugger on Facebook.
"Sprayfield" seeks to reclaim public spaces and foster a greater sense of community in a low-income neighborhood in Mexico City.
In the heart of Mexico City’s historic enter, the indoor San Juan market is famed for its selection of exotic meats, indigenous delicacies, and rare foreign imports. But who exactly is buying lion?
“All the elements of wings—spice, fried chicken—all these things are very Mexican. Mexicans love their fried, spicy shit."