“The Rapture” by Franco Fasoli Jaz in Madrid

Our friend Franco Fasoli – Jaz recently came back to his hometown of Madrid to paint a final mural for 2015. Titled “The Rapture” this diptych mural includes his classic imagery of mythical half-human, half-animals figures fighting. Taking a break from his current style inspired by the sharp collage works, the images depict majestic Minotaur

Franco Fasoli Jaz and Pastel team up for a collab mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Franco Fasoli Jaz and Pastel recently teamed up in their home town of Buenos Aires and created this double piece. Using different color palette for each of the images, they created these two piece that look like a mirrored image at a first glance.With Jaz’ signature anthropomorphic characters, juxtapozed with Pastel’s floral imagery, the piece

Coverage: Inti x Jaz x Saner “Barocco Mestizo” @ Montana Barcelona

Montana Gallery Barcelona recently opened a group exhibition Barroco Mestizo featuring three South American artists, each representing different country – Inti (Chile), Jaz (Argentina), Saner (Mexico) and El Decertor (Peru).For this show each artist created three pieces with an interesting and provocative idea based on the letter of the 16th century. It was a common practice

JAZ New Mural – Berlin, Germany

Argentinian based artist Franco Fasoli – JAZ, is currently in Berlin, finalizing works for his upcoming solo show @ BC Gallery.In between creating works specifically made for the gallery space, he painted this impressive mural using just a fat brush and black paint. Showing a massive strong Minotaur arising, this piece looks like enlarged pencil study,

Video: “Friends And Family” With Alexis Diaz, 2501, Pastel.. – Art Basel Miami

The Fordistas collective exhibition, Friends and Family, at the Yo <3 305 Gallery in Wynwood brought together the work of seven muralists who, for the first time, had the opportunity to meld their individual talents into a cohesive whole within a single space. United by friendships forged in exhibitions around the world as well as

Franco Fasoli “JAZ” New Street Art – Villa Soriano, Uruguay

While we last heard from him in Puerto Rico (covered), JAZ is now back in South America where he just finished the new piece in Villa Soriano, a super tiny town in the Soriano Department of Uruguay.As usual with the Argentinian painter, he quickly painted this great signature piece with a earthy colour palette.More angles are