The ever-so-popular saying "Ay Ay" in a Hispanic household is getting the proper recognition it deserves. Now everyone has that relative you and other family members mock how they say those four letters split in two. So some of you already know Tino Ortega has been hard at work for his upcoming masterpiece.

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There are probably some people already planning out their future outfit for that selfie with it. Meanwhile, Tino Ortega puts his heart and soul into his work because c'mon, who wouldn't love a bunch of locals posing for a selfie with your art piece?! After all, he did see the reaction from the public for his first art mural.

So many people showed love for his first few masterpieces of chrome-like balloons when Tino Ortega started this. So many people in El Paso say the phrase "Ay Ay" because we're either saying it or just mocking someone we know who says it dramatically. If it wasn't for coming across Juan Ornela's post the other day I wouldn't have known about the new mural coming.

You can already picture how many locals will be swinging by to pose with the famous saying we love or love to hate. By the looks of the picture, it amazes me how Tino Ortega and other artists can have fantastic final results from working on a ladder higher from the ground. Tino Ortega's newest art mural can be found on the Westside of town. So if you're ever at the substation off Doniphan Dr. in the upper valley you can find it there.

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