Jef Aerosol is in Buenos Aires and the French street artist has created some some brilliant new designs at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Photos by Adri Godis for Buenos Aires Street Art.
Aryz finished a stunning new mural last week at Meeting of Styles in Buenos Aires on the facade of a five storey building in San Telmo. At just 23, Aryz has already made his mark with his beautiful and giant murals with their soft colours and subtle tones establishing him as one of the world’s most exciting talents. In an exclusive interview with Buenos Aires Street Art, Aryz told us about his latest artwork, his respect for graffiti, why he prefers not to show his face when he’s interviewed and how his murals when photographed often look totally different from the original artworks.
Martin Ron has painted a series of breathtaking murals in Buenos Aires. His artworks stand out for their visual impact and grand scale using the technique of hyper-realism combined with elements of fantasy to create unique compositions on walls and buildings. Martin paints impossible situations that give the impression that they are happening in real life. Exclusive interview by Matt Fox-Tucker of Buenos Aires Street Art.
The craze first took off in the U.S.A. and yarn bombing is now catching on in Buenos Aires. Licia Santuz is the city’s first yarn bomber and has decorated trees, lamposts and railings around the Argentine capital with her beautiful and colourful designs that she describes as “graffiti with wool”.
Banksy graffiti stencils including some of his most iconic images of the Flower Thrower, Girl with Balloon, Mona Lisa with a grenade launcher, and chimpanzee with a sandwich board can be found all over Buenos Aires.
New mural by Blu in Buenos Aires. It features hundreds of figures with their eyes covered by one endless blindfold in the colours of the Argentine national flag. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.