Fran Bosoletti latest street art in Armstrong, Argentina
October 30, 2015
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Constantly busy creating new works around the world, Fran Bosoletti just finished painting this beautiful new piece somewhere on the streets of Armstrong in Argentina.Poetic and eclectic, his works show pictorial elements in which the figure of human body and reflective floral component forcefully emerge and gain the upper hand on reality.Reconvene after the jump…
“Huemul”, a new mural by Pastel in Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 14, 2015
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Our friend Pastel just sent us some images from his latest mural which was recently finished on the streets of his hometown, Buenos Aires.Entitled “Huemul”, the talented Argentinean muralist quickly worked his way through this signature piece showing some of his floral patterns combined with arrowheads and the silhouette of a deer.Continue reading for more…
“Public Essay of Opacity”, a new mural by Elian in Cordoba, Argentina
August 29, 2015
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Our buddy Elian is back in South America where he just finished working on a brand new abstract piece on the streets of Cordoba in Argentina.Entitled “Public Essay of Opacity”, this project was coordinated by the Architects Pablo Bisio, and Esteban Bondone and was painted at the UCC University of Architecture. This is my first experience…
Ever paints a new mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina
June 17, 2015
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Ever just sent us some exclusive images of his newest mural which he just completed on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina.“Three phases of faith” is a wall that is located near the Basilica of Luján, place of religious meeting. People for all over Argentina pass by the Basilica during the pilgrimage. The Wall…
“Breaking the Structure” a new mural by Elian in Cordoba, Argentina
May 22, 2015
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Elian is currently in his hometown of Cordoba in Argentina where he just wrapped up this new piece entitled “Breaking the Structure”.The approximate size of this piece is 40 x 6 meters and it was painted using Acrylic. The architectural base generates a strong contrast with the natural environment where is it, between trees. Elian’s objective…
Elian produces “Point Of Contact”, a new mural in Cordoba, Argentina
March 31, 2015
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Elian is back in Argentina where he’s been rather busy on working on this super-sized wall somewhere on the streets of Cordoba.Paint a 80 meters long building, the Argentinean artist brought the street to a new life with this vibrant piece entitled “Point Of Contact”. This work is based on the point of tension. We…
Pastel creates two new murals in South America
February 24, 2015
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Our friend Pastel is currently traveling through South America where he just finished working on new pieces in Argentina and Uruguay. Painting on the busy streets of Buenos Aires and Villa Soriano, the Argentinean street artist brought to life two beautiful “floral” murals which are featuring some of his signature imagery. Hit the jump for more…
Chu creates a new mural at the Ciudad Cultural Konex in Buenos Aires.
February 7, 2015
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Julian Manzelli aka Chu is currently in Argentina where he spent a few days working on this new piece somewhere on the streets of Buenos Aires.Entitled “Divine Mechanisme”, the muralist dropped this massive and vibrant mural which is sure to be enjoyed by the local residents. Chu’s style is characterized by the use of characters with…
Martin Ron and Nase Pop collaborate on a new mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina
January 2, 2015
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While we last heard from him in Miami a few weeks ago, Martin Ron is now back in his hometown of Buenos Aires where he just finished working on this new piece with his friend Nase Pop.This piece is part of the “Duo” Street Art festival in Argentina where 6 collaborations are being created around…
Zosen and Mina Hamada paint a new mural in Mendoza, Argentina
November 27, 2014
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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 Quinostudied. The school is located in…