Roma and Sam have painted an amazing technicolour van. You might spot it driving around Villa Ballester in the Province of Buenos Aires.
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.
Entes, Pesimo and Corona together with Jade, Seta Fuerte, Roma and Vespa have transformed a crumbling building in Constitucíón with some amazing new artworks. Exclusive photos by Buenos Aires Street Art. Continue reading →
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.
Street artists have painted murals beneath three bridges in Palermo as part of the Meeting of Styles graffiti festival in Buenos Aires. Roma, Highraff, Sam and Gola are still working on their incredible designs by the railway bridge on Paraguay Street and Avenue Juan B Justo and hope to finish the project over the next few days.
Amor, Nice, Roma and Sam have completed their latest mural in Villa Ballester with their designs now covering three buildings and stretching more than half a block.
|Go with the flow|
The guys completed an amazing collaboration in June, and the owner of the next door property was so impressed with the result that he invited them to paint the shutters and facade of his premises which was finished a couple of days ago.
|No parking but street art is definitely allowed!|
|Explosion of colour|
The first phase of the project around the corner was completed by Poeta, Roma and Sam in April. You can check out some photos of the giant wall they painted here. The guys just need to persuade the building owners at the end of the street to have their shop front painted and the amazing mural will span a whole block. Where will the mural end??