“New Devices of Capitalism” by Ever in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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

“Brothers” by Ever in La Boca, Buenos Aires

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

“Chokokue” by Ever in Asunción, Paraguay

EverSiempre just wrapped up a large new piece on the streets of Asunción in Paraguay for the LatidoAmericano Street Art Festival. The wall is entitled “Chokokue” which means Farmer in Guarani. In Paraguay the peasantry is an important social actor for the country’s economy. During 1989-2013 they were largely executed and over 115 leaders and members

“The Mysterious Thing” by Ever & Zio Ziegler in California

Zio Ziegler and Ever teamed up in Milli Valley in California to work on this new piece which is entitled “The Mysterious Thing”. This piece is an homage to the mexican muralism combined with the surrealism movement. This is combination of 2 different movements however they are connected by shapes and forms. “Behold my brothers, the spring has come;

The Crystal Ship: Ever in Oostende, Belgium

Nicolás Romero better know as Ever just finished working on this large new piece for The Crystal Ship Festival. Entitled “Tribute to the past and future”, the Buenos-Aires based muralist brought his magic to the streets of Oostende in Belgium with this signature artwork. The prolific artist explores the themes of religion, contradiction and politics in

Ever paints a large mural in Harlem, New York City

Ever was also part of this year’s line-up for Monument Art which took place on the busy streets of Harlem in New York City.“The second conquest” is a piece that reflects reality, future and progress. The three characters describe the American reality, their new skin, new protagonists. Based on photos taken by Martha Cooper in

“Identity”, Ever & Smithe collaborate on a new mural in Mexico City

Ever & Smithe recently joined forces to create a new piece on the streets of the always very busy Mexico City.It is a collaborative work in which two artists reflect on the idea of belonging and by inhabiting this concept, they created a mural. The variety of bodies floating, trying to live and coexist with

“Metaphor For Freedom”, a new mural by Ever in Tijuana, Mexico

Our amigo Ever has now landed in the lovely city of Tijuana where he just finished working on a brand new piece.The Argentinean artist sent along the following description to describe his newest piece of work: When I got to Tijuana I looked up and stared at the clouds, then at the birds, hopping from