Argentine street artists including Jaz, Sonni, Magda Love, Amor and Pelos de Plumas together with Buenos Aires-based graffiti artist Nase have been in Miami and painting in the Wynwood Arts District during Art Basel Miami. Continue reading →
More than 30 street artists have been painting new designs inside the nightclub Boutique in San Telmo. The project called ‘Wild Style’ started on Tuesday with artists working over two days and painting the walls on the third floor of the historic building designed by Gustave Eiffel.
Pelos de Plumas finished painting the front of a house in Palermo on Sunday and has given it a spectacular new look. It’s a property Pelos de Plumas has painted before and the owner Miguel gave the Argentine street artist free reign to let loose his talents.
Street artists including Animalito Land, BlaBla Buto, Clavahead, Dudu, Ktrl-V, Pelos de Plumas, Strawberry Style and THG hit San Telmo on Sunday and painted new designs on a building after permission was granted by its owners, and the walls and shutters of a local parking garage. The event was organised by Street Arte BA. Check out the photos.
Pelos de Plumas has painted a new mural in Córdoba remembering Carlos Fuentealba. The teacher and union activist from Junín de los Andes in Neuquén, aged 40, was killed by police on 5th April 2007 as he and a group of protestors tried to block a road in the province.
Cuore, Ene Ene, Malegria and Pelos de Plumas completed an amazing series of artworks together over the weekend in the courtyard of El Quetzal, the multi-space and gallery in Palermo.
The artists spent two days working on their designs so everything was ready for the party and opening of their gallery exhibition entitled Festival de Corazones on Saturday night. It was a great party so thanks to everyone involved. Check out the artworks and paintings by Cuore, Ene Ene, Malegria and Pelos de Plumas that will be on display at El Quetzal (Guatemala 4516, Palermo) until the end of the month.
Check out more photos of the artists at work on BA Street Art’s Facebook page
Matias from Coghlan contacted Buenos Aires Street Art a few weeks ago looking for an artist to transform his house. This is the result – a stunning new appearance designed and created by Pelos de Plumas.
For several months the front of Matias’ house was covered with unslightly graffiti and he was thinking it would be a great idea to get a street artist to brighten it up with a completely different look.
|Before: covered in graffiti scrawl|
Pelos de Plumas started working on the house a couple of weeks ago before going to Neuquén where he was holding a gallery exhibition of his artworks entitled Expo Genesis 2011.
|Making new friends|
Check out more of Pelos de Pluma’s amazing artworks on his flickr page