Swine flu graffiti (la gripe porcina)

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It’s winter in Buenos Aires and with the cold weather there’s no shortage of flu and common colds doing the rounds. A state of health emergency was declared in Greater Buenos Aires this time two years ago; and from April to July 24, 2009, there were more than 200 recorded deaths in Argentina due to the virus known as ‘gripe A’ or HIN1. The pandemic also led to a wave of graffiti depicting ‘la gripe porcina’ and the H1N1 virus, and pigs are still popping up around  BA.
run dont walk gripe porcina swine flu street art buenos aires street art buenosairesstreetart.com estenciles (7)
Stencil by Run Dont Walk
H1N1 graffiti buenos aires street art © buenosairesstreetart.com la gripe porcina
Don’t stop the prevention
gripe porcina swine flu argentina graffiti buenos aires street art © buenosairesstreetart.com
Stencil in Parque Chas
gripe porcina swine flu graffiti buenos aires street art © buenosairesstreetart.com
Porcina power by Grolou and Doez
pig graffiti grolou street art buenos aires © buenosairesstreetart.com nuñez
Freaks by Grolou
pig graffiti grolou buenos aires street art tours © buenosairesstreetart.com nuñez
Another Freaks pig design by Grolou
pigs graffiti grolou gumy street art buenos aires © buenosairesstreetart.com
Design by Grolou and Gumy in Quilmes
Procino political graffiti stencils buenos aires BA Street Art © buenosairesstreetart.com
The word ‘porcino’ meaning ‘swine’ has even been used in political stencil graffiti to mock the Pro party leader and mayor Mauricio Macri ahead of this year’s elections. The above stencil also has a yellow background that’s common on city government signs together with the slogan ‘Haciendo Buenos Aires’.
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