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Franco Fasoli aka JAZ is back in his birth-place of Campana in Argentina where he was asked by the local council to create a piece at the entrance of the city.

Franco Fasoli aka JAZ is back in his birth-place of Campana in Argentina where he was asked by the local council to create a piece at the entrance of the city.
Talking about the myth of “Buenos Aires”, the Argentinean artist once again blended unconventional materials such as asphaltic paint and petrol to paint this artwork. Jaz developed artistic techniques which enabled him to paint murals which resemble delicate watercolour paintings.
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