Martin Ron in Banfield, Buenos Aires
April 7, 2020
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Two days before social confinement, muralist Martin Ron was able to finish this stunning artwork in the city of Banfield. The artwork shows a child trying to mend over a punctured balloon heart. “Today I look out from my balcony and the world has changed. Despite the drama that we have to live with, it comforts…
“New Devices of Capitalism” by Ever in Buenos Aires, Argentina
June 12, 2019
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Our friend Ever just sent us some new images from his latest wall that was just finished on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. The talented artist brought to life another complex mural full of meaning and entitled “New Devices of Capitalism”. You will find below an in-depth explanation on the mural’s meaning: The…
“64 tones of Buenos Aires” by Jorge Pomar in Argentina
August 23, 2018
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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
March 17, 2018
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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,…
“Caballo Chúcaro” by Sabek in Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 29, 2017
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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…
“Brothers” by Ever in La Boca, Buenos Aires
April 16, 2017
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Ever Siempre spent some time in his hometown of Buenos Aires in Argentina where he just finished working on a large mural somewhere on the streets of the “La Boca” neighborhood. This busy neighborhood has the highest percentage of poverty in the city, also “La Boca” is the neighborhood with the highest percentage of renters in…
“This is not Make Up” by Elian in Buenos Aires
March 16, 2017
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Our friend Elian just sent us some images from a brand new piece that just popped up on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina for the first edition of the Festival Trama. This piece was painted next to a garbage dump on the facade of an old iron factory. Elian’s main idea was to respect the brick and…
“Xeneize” by Pastel in Buenos Aires
October 13, 2016
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Our friend Francisco Diaz aka Pastel recently spent some time in his hometown of Buenos Aires, working a new mural for the Color BA festival curated by the Collage Lab. For this event Argentinian artist painted a mural titled “Xeneize” dedicated to all the immigrants that created BA into what it is today. La Boca is the…
“Primavera” by REKA in Buenos Aires
October 8, 2016
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Mister James Reka has reached the sunny shores of South America where he was invited to take place in the Color Ba urban art event which took place on the streets of Buenos Aires. After a few days of work, the Australian artist created a great piece of work entitled “Primavera” which translates to Spaing…
”How Did We Get So Far Apart” by Millo in Buenos Aires
October 4, 2016
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Millo just returned to South America where he just wrapped up a brand new piece on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Painting in the district of La Boca, the Italian artist created another scenery featuring his signature black and white characters. The piece is entitled ”How Did We Get So Far Apart” and takes…

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