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Magic Mushrooms by Ice with Pelos de Plumas and Mlie
Mural by Ice, Pelos de Plumas and Mlie in Chacarita
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Latest artworks by Banksy in LA
New artworks by Banksy in Los Angeles have been causing quite a stir ahead of the Oscars on Sunday in
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Klaus Kinski stencil in Chacarita
This is one of several new stencils of Klaus Kinski in the movie Aguirre: The Wrath of God that have
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Juice Cows and Argentina’s Farmers Strike
Mural by Anchu and Mondo Lila was painted not long after the famous farming crisis and the row between Cristina
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Verdura es crimen: the revenge
La revancha: Vegetable is crime We think the author of this graffiti is a little fed up with vegans telling
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Paco: Sleeping with the enemy
Paco is the cheap killer drug that is wrecking the lives of thousands of youngsters with an estimated 180,000 users
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Cartoon characters and stencil graffiti in Buenos Aires
The Simpsons, Beavis and Butthead, Futurama, The Smurfs, Crazy Legs Crane, Woody from Toy Story, Super Mario and Alf are
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Painted Love: Valentine´s Day graffiti from Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is one of the most romantic cities in the world – it’s home of the tango, elegant French-style
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Street art by Izak One and Colorabuse
Mural by Izak One from Chile Design in latex by Colorabuse Textura Dos was also reviewed in the graffiti and
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Graffiti in Parque Chacabuco by Lu Barr
Buenos Aires street art by Lu Barr on this rooftop terrace in Parque Chacabuco.
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One Love: Bob Marley graffiti
It’s the birthday of Bob Marley today. The reggae legend was born on February 6, 1945 and is famous for
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Buenos Aires graffiti on four wheels
If you think there’s enough graffiti on the walls and buildings in Buenos Aires – vans, lorries and cars aren’t
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