PEPSI LAUNCHES “THE TASTE OF YOUR TEXAS” TO CELEBRATE THE STATE’S UNBRIDLED SPIRIT AND AUTHENTIC STYLE
Pepsi Teams Up with Four Extraordinary Texans for a Virtual State Road Trip to Rally Consumers’ Unapologetic Lone Star Pride
“The Taste of Your Texas” kicks off with a virtual road trip around thestate, making stops in Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas. Available now on PepsiTasteOfYourTexas.com, the mini documentary series, shot by filmmaker Matt Rainwaters, features four Texas Tastemakers blazing their own trails in food, music, art and sports. Committed to fueling Texans’ passions and joys, Pepsi is additionally teaming up with each of the Tastemakers to support their efforts to impact their communities through their talents. Together, they invite everyone to join the ride: Austin’s Eliana Gutierrez, Houston’s Fat Tony, San Antonio’s Jordan Maldonado, and Dallas’ Mariell Guzman.
DALLAS: Muralist Mariell Guzman Taps Into Her Technicolor Talent and Mexican Heritage to Stand Out in a Male-Dominated Space
The road trip concludes in Dallas, where Michoacán, Mexico-born artist Mariell Guzman’s heritage frequently serves as one of her muses —as told by her regular use of bold colors and mediums and the many cultural themes highlighted in her works. Her easily recognizable, technicolor creations have quickly established Mariell as an artist to watch in the traditionally more male-dominated mural space in Texas.
Marielle to UnveilPlayful, Vivid Mural to Let Deep Ellum’s Imagination Run Wild
Marielle collaborated with Pepsi to contribute a new Instagram-worthy mural for the lively streets of Dallas’s Deep Ellum neighborhood. Gathering influence from both Texan and Mexican landscapes and cultures, Marielle is currently painting a world of folk art, agaves and sunsets for locals and visitors alike to experience and share in real time.
Where: Pepe’s & Mito’s Mexican Cafe-2911 Elm Street, Dallas, TX 75226
Pepe’s & Mito’s Mexican Cafe is an integral part of the Deep Ellum community, serving homestyle eats and Pepsi to Texans for over 31 years.