When you visit Oaxaca, you are bound to see a lot of images of Emiliano Zapata. Back during the Mexican Revolution, Emiliano Zapata proclaimed that the land belonged to the workers. This message made sense to many people in Oaxaca, since a lot of them were being exploited by the large landowners. Combine his historical influence in this regioun along with the proliferation of street art and murals, and you are bound to end up seeing his image and name on many walls. This was the most artistic version I saw, and it was near an arts space named for Zapata.