To make that a little easier on women today, and to speed up the process towards a more even-keeled and respectful street art scene in Quito, the Warmi Paint festival gathered artists and art-lovers to build up women's street art here in Quito, and to add a louder voice to women's street art all over the world. (Warmi is the kechwa word for Women. Kechwa being the most widely-spoken indigenous language in Ecuador as brought here with the Inca expansion.)
The wonderful event these pictures are from happened in the year 2015, so please don't go looking for another event coming up online - it isn't planned yet. But! Do let this post remind you that street art is for women, just like it is for men, and you never know a creator by looking at the mural!