Martin Ron finished a new mural at La Rural in Palermo last week. The design features two kids standing on top of cows.
Buenos Aires Street Art teamed up with Hin Bus Depot to organise this mural for Argentine street artist Martin Ron in Malaysia. It’s the biggest mural in Penang and first large scale artwork on the mainland. His trip and the mural projects were organised by Buenos Aires Street Art together with Hin Bus Depot. Continue reading →
Argentine street artist Martin Ron is in Belgium and has just completed this huge 3-D artwork on the side of a container tower as part of the North West Walls project on the site of the Rock Werchter music festival. Ron’s surreal design, featuring a parrot, a giant head and a monkey nut, covers an area of 205m2 on the sides of seven shipping containers and took him nine days to complete. Photos by Matt Fox-Tucker/BA Street Art
Today is the birthday of Eva Perón more commonly known as Evita who was born on 7 May 1919 and died of cancer aged 33 on 26 July 1952. Argentine street artist Martin Ron has painted a huge mural of Evita in Caseros to commemorate her birth. Photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.
Martin Ron has painted a new mural in Ciudadela, Buenos Aires together with Argentine artists Martin Agazzi, Dan Fogwill, Javier Martin and Anabel Matallan to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of the Malvinas Conflict on April 2. The mural shows a boy watching a puppet show with ex-leaders Margaret Thatcher and Leopoldo Galtieri depicted as puppets. Continue reading →
Fintan Magee has teamed up with Martin Ron to paint a new mural in Buenos Aires called ‘Castle in the Sand’. The mural project was organised and sponsored by Buenos Aires Street Art. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.
BA Street Art is proud to have curated the spectacular new mural by Argentine artist Martin Ron in Villa Urquiza. The mural was painted by Martin with the help of Guillermo Ron and Jiant took 16 days to complete and is the biggest in the city measuring 412m2. Check out the official video of the making of the mural that was commissioned by BA Street Art and filmed and directed by Richard Szkiler. Continue reading →
Martin Ron, Jiant and Guiviro finished a spectacular new mural in Villa Urquiza on Saturday night after 16 days of painting. It measures 412m2 (14m high by 25m wide with a section of wall measuring 3.1m x 21m) and is the mural that covers the biggest surface area of any building in Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires Street Art is proud to have organized the project. During the first stage of the mural, Martin painted a huge figure of a naked boy. Photos of the final stage by Miguel Babjaczuk for BA Street Art. Continue reading →