”How Did We Get So Far Apart” by Millo in Buenos Aires

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

“The Pale Horse and its Rider” by Telmo Miel in Buenos Aires

Dutch street art duo Telmo Miel just wrapped up a large new piece on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Painting in the district of La Boca, Telmo Miel created another brilliant piece which is entitled “The Pale Horse and its Rider”. With this piece, the artists wanted to highlight the fact that there are

“Piel de Serpiente” by Pastel in Buenos Aires

Our friend Pastel is back in South America where he just finished working on yet another new piece on the streets of Buenos Aires. Painting at the Buenos Aires’ Museum of Architecture, the project is based on the relationship between the grey city  static buildings facades and the dynamic that our modern society imposes. The

“Cuerpo de Adaptación – Ensayo de Proceso Inverso” by Elian in Buenos Aires

Like all historical neighborhood of all cities in the world, the walls of buildings, are a great test of the time passing by, and historical reflection. The concept of Elian’s latest work is based on highlighting the original texture of the building with the intention to prove that the city functions as a dynamic body and

Ever paints a new mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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

Coverage: “头部 (The Head)”, a solo show by Ever in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Earlier this month in Buenos Aires, our friend Ever opened his latest solo exhibition at Laboratorio de Festival with the good lads from Dinamica.As usual with the Argentinean artist, he didn’t disappoint with an impressive and surprising installation entitled “头部 (The Head)” based on the analysis of Chinese Communist posters.When the posters represent the “idea”, people are

Chu creates a new mural at the Ciudad Cultural Konex in Buenos Aires.

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

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