French street artist Grolou lives in Buenos Aires and loves to paint cats. And he created three new felines at Tecnopolis last week.
Jaz has painted a brilliant new mural in Chacarita, Buenos Aires, that covers a huge wall at the bus depot. The piece includes four wildcats, one of which is growling at a figure on horseback.
Pum Pum hit Saavedra this week and has painted a new piece featuring two of her characteristic birds. And she has also been out and about in Palermo and painted a new design on the facade of a local paint shop at Scalabrini Ortiz and Costa Rica.
In subte station Hospitales on Linea H in Parque Patricios, Lean Frizzera and Martin Ron have painted stunning new murals dedicated to famous figures and characters from Argentine tango.
Street artists including Nazza Stencil, Kid Gaucho, and Colorboración Crew finished new artworks at Tecnopolis this week. A great design by Nazza Stencil includes two figures with a USB cable and a wire plugged into their heads. The two words ‘medios’ and ‘miedos’ which are anagrams of each other meaning ‘media’ and ‘fears’ are written to either side and appear to relate to how news is potrayed in the print, tv and radio media and the censorship, political propaganda and brainwashing that goes with it.
Jaz has just finished a great new piece in Villa Martelli, Buenos Aires, featuring two sabre-toothed tigers and the message “Jaz was here”. The Argentine street artist has also signed the artwork with his real name Franco Fasoli. Continue reading →
Martin Ron has painted a series of breathtaking murals in Buenos Aires. His artworks stand out for their visual impact and grand scale using the technique of hyper-realism combined with elements of fantasy to create unique compositions on walls and buildings. Martin paints impossible situations that give the impression that they are happening in real life.