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Zosen and Mina Hamada are also in Mendoza, Argentina for the latest edition of the Muropolis Street Art Festival.

Zosen and Mina Hamada are also in Mendoza, Argentina for the latest edition of the Muropolis Street Art Festival.
Mendoza is a city close to the Andes mountains and the Incas were the first residents of the area.
The duo painted at the Guillermo Cano primary school where the famed illustrator Quino
studied. The school is located in Guaymallén an old working class neighborhood. The mural entitled “El Jardín de Guaymallén” works as an installation because they combined paint with plants and stones within the same space.
Hit the jump for a closer look at this piece and then check back with us soon for more mural updates from South America.

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