Dötz was in Buenos Aires this week and has painted a brilliant giant mural with BlaBla Buto featuring a character they’ve nicknamed the Yuppie Yeti. The huge collaboration in San Telmo measures about 12 x 30 metres and took the duo two and a half days to complete.
The yeti yup- – new artwork by Dotz and BlaBla Buto in San Telmo
Dötz told BA Street Art: “The idea was inspired by the surroundings while we were painting, where there are a lot of offices with their respective yuppies inside.”
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Dötz added: “The yeti is in fact a cross between a dog and a bat and when he goes to work he is eating a little BlaBla Buto. It is like a critique or commentary towards the company bosses, lawyers and office workers who are only interested in climbing the career ladder and don’t care what stands in their way.”
You can see the mural for yourself at the junction of Avenida Belgrano and Piedras.
Check out our interview with Dötz who is also well known for his dinosaur street art here