A group of street artists have been transforming a public park in Palermo as part of a new urban art project. Artists including Nerf, Nase, Moko Studio, Moola, Sol Perez, Consuelo Vidal, Soer and Santiago Ortega have each created different designs in the park. Continue reading →
Corona and Roma are painting a new mural in Recoleta that features a townscape with colouful rooftops. The two street artists started the new design on the facade of a house on Sunday and hope to finish it later this week. You can check it out at the intersection of Soler and Jose A. Cabrera.
Out on the town: Corona and Roma
House proud: Corona
Climbing high above the rooftops: Roma
Chilean street artist Ene Ene has painted a two-headed piranha depicting Chile’s president Sebastián Piñera. Ene Ene, who is from Santiago but lives in Buenos Aires, said the design with the message ‘Chile Anti Piñera’ was a protest against the unpopular Chilean president.
Jaz is back from the Living Walls Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, and has wasted no time before painting his first new piece, an amazing wild cat that he’s let loose in his neighbourhood.
It’s been a few weeks since these guys have painted any new murals in Buenos Aires. This is the latest collaboration by Sam, Corona, Roma and Warrior painted on Wednesday in front of an abandoned town house in Villa Urquiza.
Today is the birthday of one of Argentina’s most famous writers Julio Cortázar who was born on 26 August 1914. His most famous works include Hopscotch, Bestiario and Blow-up and Other Stories. Street art remembering him can be found all over Buenos Aires.
Most people know that the art world is full of egos but it’s not something that street artists normally openly admit. Buenos Aires-based street artists Mondo Lila, Chapa B, Ene Ene, Hipso and Pinocho have been giving their views on urban art in a new short film.