MUNDANO, Brazilian

Onça Queimada (Burnt Jaguar), 2020 

Double-sided reinterpretation of the R$50 reals bill

Permanent markers on paper

39.5x17cm or 15”x6.5”

Original, historic and unique work

Series: #worldlyreview

Price: US$1,500

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This is a historical one-of-a-kind artwork, signed by Mundano. Onça Queimada (Burnt 

Jaguar) is a historical one-of-a-kind art of work by Mundano.


Reinterpretation of the Brazilian 50 reals paper Banknote currency. The artwork was inspired by the environmental disaster which arose out of the burning of the Pantanal Swamp in 2020. This original and unique work is an outraged shout-out by the artist concerning the burning of the Pantanal that, in this year alone, has already consumed 25% of this unique biome. The Pantanal Swamp is a massive area in the western central part of Brazil, which is bounded by  Bolivia and Paraguay.  There have been more than  2.3 million hectares of forest fires.  “Enough of self-destruction and of letting things slide” was one of the themes of Mundano’s campaign.  


The Jaguar that inspired this artwork miraculously survived the Pantanal fire and you can see the video of her story here:


This historic work was acquired on August 20th, 2020 through an auction promoted by the artist/activist Mundano on his instagram, @mundano_sp. All of the proceeds were donated to @sospantanal to help control the fire. This assistance was utilized in the purchasing of fire fighting equipment and  by helping to feed the animals that survived the devastation. What will  be needed in the future is assistance in restoring the biome that has been destroyed in the Pantanal. Not only has Mundano’s art helped the Pantanal Swamp, but now it will support the only Brazilian theatre company in New York City - Group .BR to carry out its original goal of lifting society’s awareness. This will occur as all of the proceeds of this sale will be donated to Group Dot BR. It is a double shot of love.

Mundano @mundano_sp is a Brazilian street artist and activist whose bold and colorful arts are a call to people’s attention to social, environmental and political issues. He is the founder of the movement to make the work of trash collectors in Brazil visible: @pimpmycarroca and “Cactus and Resistance Planter” @catakiapp.

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