Jaz is back in Buenos Aires and has painted a brilliant new mural using lime-based paint and charcoal in Villa Crespo.
The giant piece entitled “Elección” meaning “election” mocks the political murals that are such a common sight in Argentina with propaganda supporting different parties, politicians and militant groups.
The design features a series of human characters wearing shorts who seem to be bowing down on all fours in front of the ‘king of the beasts’ who is sending out signals via his eyes.
Photos for Buenos Aires Street Art by Richard Szkiler. The mural can be found on Camargo y Thames in Villa Crespo.