More than 260 street artists descended on La Plata at the weekend for the Zig Zag graffiti festival and painted some incredible designs and artworks around the city. Artists from France, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Venezuela and Uruguay were among those taking part.
Dotz and Malegria have painted great new artworks at Tecnópolis in Villa Martelli, Buenos Aires. Dotz finished this amazing sequence of a wood louse curling into a ball on Thursday. He’s called the mural ‘Sequence of closure’.
Dötz was in Buenos Aires this week and has painted a brilliant giant mural with BlaBla Buto featuring a character they’ve nicknamed the Yuppie Yeti. The huge collaboration in San Telmo measures about 12 x 30 metres and took the duo two and a half days to complete.
Grolou was one of more than 30 artists taking part in the sixth Street Arte BA event in the barrio of Once over the weekend. Grolou and Blu Shei Wei were given charge of painting an enormous section of the facade of an old oxygen factory in a run down part of the neighbourhood. The French street artist told us about his latest designs including a giant yellow skull and a growling cat.