Ene Ene, Malegria, Savant and Patxi Mazzoni Alonso completed new artworks last Sunday night at the Zig Zag graffiti festival in La Plata, Buenos Aires.
Zig Zag graffiti festival took place in La Plata over the weekend and photographer Adri Godis was there for BA Street Art. Her photos and details have captured some of the spirit and artistic talent that has transformed the walls of the city with more than 260 street artists taking part in the event in the provincial capital of Buenos Aires.
More than 260 street artists descended on La Plata at the weekend for the Zig Zag graffiti festival and painted some incredible designs and artworks around the city. Artists from France, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Venezuela and Uruguay were among those taking part.
Emy Mariani finished a cool new mural in Colegiales on Friday called ‘Death with Tentacles’ (‘Muerte con tentaculos’). It’s one of a number of terrifying characters Emy has painted around Buenos Aires and took the Argentine street artist just three and a half hours to paint.
Oz Montania is one of more than 250 artists who are taking part in Zig Zag, the Latin American meeting in La Plata during three days from 12th to 14th October. Oz spoke with Buenos Aires Street Art about the influences in his art and his passion for painting in the street and his thoughts about Zig Zag and painting in La Plata, Buenos Aires. Continue reading →
Amor and Nice have just finished painted a great new design on the front of a property in Villa Pueyrredon, Buenos Aires. The environment and the natural world is an important element in their art and their sensitive design includes a mirror image of the outline of tree in front of the building
Artists have made a number of new interventions at the ESMA (La Escuela de Mecánica de la Armada) in Buenos Aires. During the last military dictatorship in Argentina, The Navy Petty-Officers School of Mechanics in the neighbourhood of Nuñez was used as a clandestine detention, torture and extermination centre.