A mural painted by Italian street artist Blu in Buenos Aires in November 2011 that was later defaced has been given a new look by Astrid and Nacho.
Blu has painted a brilliant mural in Milan at Lambrate railway station depicting a series of giant bicycles riding over thousands of cars. The giant piece highlights how traffic problems could be solved in cities around the world by getting on our bikes and was painted by the Italian street artist in 2009.
The giant mural painted by Italian street artist Blu in Buenos Aires featuring thousands of figures with their eyes covered by one endless blindfold in the colours of the Argentine flag was vandalized this week. Someone has written the Spanish word “Y” meaning ‘And’ with a question mark after it over two of Blu’s figures.
Blu has painted some stunning murals during his latest trip to Argentina mixing social, economic and political commentary with incredible artworks and confirming why to many he’s the best in the business. You can tell BA Street Art are huge fans of the Italian maestro bringing you exclusive photos of all of his fantastic new artworks. Here’s a round-up of the best Buenos Aires street art by Blu over the last couple of months.
Escif completed three impressive murals on his trip to Buenos Aires and BA Street Art has photos of them all. One piece appears to make fun of the hyper inflation in Argentina. It features three giant kilogram weights in denominations of 1, 10 and 100. Continue reading →
Blu has painted another stunning new piece in Buenos Aires. It features a river of money flowing through an enormous city of office blocks and high-rise buildings before engulfing the countryside and tiny houses below.
Here’s a great new mural by Escif and Blu explaining how to open a door with a credit card in five easy steps. The Spanish artist painted it on his recent trip to Buenos Aires with the Italian master.