Lean Frizzera, Gus Ansaldi, Sank, Patxi Mazzoni Alonso, El Marian, Mati Quiroga, Mariela Ajras, Marcos Bourdetta, Kid Gaucho, Vero Segura and Madame Berte were among the artists painting at the Tigre 100×100 Street Art Festival in Tigre, Buenos Aires over the last few days.
Tigre is hosting its first ever street art festival called Tigre 100 x 100 this week with 100 artists painting 100 walls in the the city and surrounding areas in the Province of Buenos Aires. Artists are painting in three main zones around the river delta until 8th February.
Grito painted a cool new mural on Sunday that illustrates the process of making toilet paper and the damage paper mills and the industry can do to the environment. Grito told Buenos Aires Street Art about his latest creation he has called ‘Papelin’.
Martin Ron completed his first fantastic mural of 2013 in Buenos Aires on Tuesday named “Frog going the wrong way” (“Sapo a contramano”) . Martin told Buenos Aires Street Art about his brilliant new artwork. in Caseros.
Nanook and Amor finished painting a cool new mural in Belgrano a couple of days ago that decorates a long wall at the front of a house. Amor said: “The idea was to mix something related to the mysticism of the universe and make it more real with the presence of a human being.”
No Touching Ground painted a moving portrait of Susana Trimarco in downtown Buenos Aires on Friday. The brave mother who has survived two murder attempts, death threats and having her house burnt down, has led a 10-year search to find her missing daughter Marita (23) who was kidnapped by a human trafficking ring in Tucumán in 2002 and forced into prostitution in the nearby city of La Rioja. Continue reading →
El Marian has painted a cool new portrait of the North American singer Chris Brown near the Polo Ground in Palermo. The mural was done at the request of some fans of the rapper and includes some symbols below it that are Brown’s own alphabet.