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.
Death, Skeletor, Predator, monsters, vampires, demons and Trap Jaw holding the severed head of Jesus Christ are among the stunning and terrifying creations of Argentine street artist Emy Mariani. Buenos Aires Street Art spoke with Emy about his love for heavy metal, horror stories, myths and legends, and his views about death and religion that all have a big influence on his art.
Saile was in Buenos Aires for Meeting of Styles 2012 and painted a brilliant new intervention in Barracas. The Chilean artist is a member of the Stgo Under Crew which first formed in 2000, and spoke with Buenos Aires Street Art about how he first got into graffiti, his crew and about some of the elements in his art.
New video from Meeting of Styles Buenos Aires has just been released. The graffiti festival took place from 11th to 13th November with artists painting at a number of different locations around the city.
Sam and Gola (Italy) have finished painting new murals on the railway bridge in Palermo. They started it more than a week ago at the Meeting of Styles graffiti festival and completed it on Tuesday afternoon.
The first hosting of Meeting of Styles in Buenos Aires saw around 130 street artists take part and thousands of people enjoyed the three-day graffiti festival which ran from Friday until Sunday. Continue reading →