French street artist Grolou lives in Buenos Aires and loves to paint cats. And he created three new felines at Tecnopolis last week.
One of the most influential and talented street artists working in Buenos Aires today is Louis Danjou, more commonly known as Grolou. Buenos Aires Street Art caught up with the Frenchman who has left his stamp all over the city and Province of Buenos Aires with his amazing animals and eye-catching abstract designs. Grolou now lives in Quilmes in the Province of Buenos Aires and he told us about his project called Pinta tu Barrio.
French street artist Grolou has created an amazing giant one-eyed panther in Quilmes. The enormous mural of the wild cat stretches half a block. Grolou told me he’d painted it using his new home made aerosol created out of a soda dispenser. Continue reading →
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.
Buenos Aires is one of the most romantic cities in the world – it’s home of the tango, elegant French-style architecture, no shortage of beautiful people and of course the amor latino. Continue reading →