“64 tones of Buenos Aires” by Jorge Pomar in Argentina

Our friend Jorge Pomar recently wrapped up a new wall entitled “64 tones of Buenos Aires” in Argentina. For three months I talked with many people about a question that obsessed me: what is the song that represents Buenos Aires? Little by little, I listened and grouped the answers in a YouTube list. One day,

“Grandma’s Garden” by Pastel in Buenos Aires

Argentinean muralist Pastel just sent us some images from his latest artwork which was just revealed somewhere on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Entitled “Grandma’s Garden”, Pastel brought to life some of his signature plant-based imagery for the locals to enjoy. The idea of a garden-form, characteristic of housing typologies in residential neighbourhoods,

Lu Yorlano and El Lolo in Córdoba, Argentina

Our good friend Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest collaboration work in Córdoba with her colleague El Lolo. They have been painting murals together with their collective project called “Sapo Rojo“, but until now they haven’t shared a wall to paint on! El Lolo and I have been painting some collective

Lu Yorlano in Mendoza, Argentina

It seems that Lu Yorlano is the most active artist in Argentina right now by participating in almost every festival happening. This time, Lu was invited for “IX Encuentro de Muralismo y Arte Público de Godoy Cruz” (Mural and Public Art) festival in Godoy Cruz, Mendoza together with around 70 other artists from Latin America and

“Caballo Chúcaro” by Sabek in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Spanish based artist Sabek has been invited by Colorba festival to Buenos Aires where he has painted a mural called “Caballo Chúcaro” – of a horse that prefers dying rather than being ridden, based on an old story from La Pampa. It took the artist 4 days to paint this mural with all the fun in Argentina! Check

Lu Yorlano and El Lolo in San Juan, Argentina

Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest work in Argentina, but this time – it’s coming from the streets of San Juan for a mural festival called “Maaanso”. It took the artist three days to paint on a massive 27 metre long wall located at the back of a local cemetery entrance.

Sapo Rojo in Córdoba, Argentina

Sapo Rojo is a 4 artist group from Córdoba, Argentina who have recently started their activity to encourage more team work and collaborations on bigger scale street art and muralism projects. The name Sapo Rojo represents four artists – Coty Taboada, El Lolo, Lu Yorlano & Marcus, who are all friends and painting colleagues. Individually they have been working as

Lu Yorlano in Córdoba, Argentina

Up and coming visual artist by the name of Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest works from the streets of Argentina. Being in constant in constant research, learning and reinvention and main inspiration being mother nature, with its patterns, unique beauty and power Lu has transformed multiple walls, rooms, stairways into