A mural dedicated to the hardworking women of Mexico City.
Well-known for his male characters, Smithe chose to depict a woman for the first time with this piece entitled "Ella," or "she" in Spanish. This piece is a milestone of his career and one of Smithe’s biggest murals located in his hometown. He definetly razzle-dazzled with his new color palette, which is increasingly sophisticated, but also preserved his traditional mastery with the brush and spray paint. This mural was commissioned by the Mexican Institute of Youth in Metro Salto del Agua which is a metro station located in the Cuauhtémoc borough in the centre of Mexico City.