Artists Corona, Mart and Maese Warrior made some cool interventions featuring more than 20 bicycles in the neighbourhood of Barracas. The project was organised by Sullair with the bikes decorating the walls that surround its offices. Sullair produces and rents plant, generators, cranes and lifting machines and the company also sponsored the second edition of the street art festival Meeting of Styles in December 2012.
Corona and Mario have just finished painting a stunning mural on the facade of an old house in La Boca, Buenos Aires. It features a cityscape with dozens of colourful houses and rooftops. You can check it out at Pinzón y Necochea.
Corona and Roma completed a new collaboration in Palermo last weekend. Corona painted the yellow figure a few weeks ago but the pair have added four more characters. Check out the photos.
Corona has been working on his first intervention in the street in 2012, an impressive new design on the front of a house in Boedo. We posted a note on Buenos Aires Street Art’s Facebook page last month after Mariano contacted us looking for a artist to paint his home. Continue reading →
Street artists Steep (Colombia), Seta Fuerte (Colombia), Luis Auz, David Alban, Katty Zu (all Ecuador) together with Corona and Roma,got together to paint a huge wall in Villa Ballester yesterday. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art.