Artists creating new murals in Federico Lacroze subte station

El Marian, Jiant, Malegria and Primo have been painting new artworks inside Federico Lacroze subway station on Line B (Linea B). Mural project was curated by Buenos Aires Street Art. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.

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Faces – El Marian painting the first figures that form part of the 90 metre long mural in Federico Lacroze subway station

The artworks that run along the platform in the direction of Leandro N. Alem are based around a jungle scene with tribesmen, fauna and flora.

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Background – Sasha from Primo and Jiant

The five artists started work the day after the first group of artists Animalito Land, Ice, Luxor and Oz Montania finished their huge mural on the opposite platform.

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El Marian and Malegria

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First character painted by Sasha

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Texture and details – Malegria

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Catfish – painted by Jiant

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Nico from Primo

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Animals – Malegria

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El Marian

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Nico from Primo

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Portraits – El Marian

The project was curated by Buenos Aires Street Art and is part of an initiative by SBASE (Subterraneos de Buenos Aires) to paint murals in stations along Linea B and other parts of the metro network.

To check out photos of artists Animalito Land, Ice, Luxor and Oz Montania painting the first platform in Federico Lacroze station click here.

All photos © Buenos Aires Street Art

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