Alfredo Segatori new panda mural in Villa del Parque

Alfredo Segatori has painted a stunning new mural of a panda drinking mate in Buenos Aires. Photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.

‘Panda pandemial’ – new mural by Alfredo Segatori (photo © BA Street Art)

The new artwork entitled ‘Panda Pandemial’ spanning nine floors was completed last week on the facade of a new apartment block in Villa del Parque measures 286m2 and took the artist two weeks to finish.

Panda drinking mate (photo © Nocito)

The project was sponsored by Nocito  and is the third mural Segatori has painted on an apartment block for the construction company.

New look along Av Nazca in Villa del Parque (photo © BA Street Art)

Segatori said the mate added “an Argentine touch and a bit of fun”, and the panda follows the theme of animals in extinction that the Argentine muralist has been painting, following the giant giraffe mural that he completed in Monte Castro.

Drone shot shows the scale of the new artwork (photo © Nocito)



New mural is located at Nazca 2725 (photo © BA Street Art)

The new mural is located at Nazca 2725 and the artwork was finished to coincide with the inauguration of the new building that has 67 new apartments.

Panda power in black and white (photo © BA Street Art)

In a city that has so many advertising billboards and political campaign posters, it’s nice to see that a construction company has had the imagination and initiative to incorporate street art in the design of some of its new buildings.

Photos © Buenos Aires Street Art & Nocito

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