Two types of pattern found in ancient Mexico. The higher one is typical of Aztec design, the lower is from Mixtec design. Both were powerful cultures controlling vast kingdoms in the expansive valleys of Central and South-Eastern Mexico, respectfully. Both left examples of wondrously decorated architecture. This mural was improvised by the "Street Artist", Scot Borofsky, who has studied the history of Pre-Colombian design for much of his life, by visiting the ancient ruins sites of the Americas and sketching from life, and through scholarly study.