Latest mural by Triángulo Dorado named ‘El Sueño Dorado’ in Vicente López. Includes a line from a poem by Argentine Facundo Cabral that reads: “Do whatever you love and you will be happy, the one who can do what he/she loves, is blessed and destined to have success…” Continue reading →
Tecnopolis, the science, technology and art show opened in Villa Martelli in the Province of Buenos Aires on Friday. The 60 hectares site has dozens of pavillions dedicated to subjects such as Earth, Fire, Air and Water. Street artists Martin Ron, Lean Frizzera, Emy Mariani and Diego Cirulli have painted a series of murals in Plaza de la Memoria. And the exterior of a former warehouse building, that has been converted into a performance space, has been decorated by some of Buenos Aires’ best-known artists including Jaz, Ever, Mart, Roma, Tec, Triangulo Dorado and Nazza Stencil.
Argentine street artists Triangulo Dorado have been talking to BA Street Art about their a spectacular new mural called ‘The Passion Flower’. The design was inspired by a series of mid-19th century photographs and features a women in a relaxed pose wearing an elaborate period costume with a passion flower above her head. It took the trio two days to complete.
Pedro and Santiago Panichelli and Francisco Ferreyra first began to paint together under the name Triangulo Dorado in 2007. Three years earlier as a teenager, Santiago started painting tags near railway lines, however his elder brother is keen to stress the group are not ‘graffiti artists’.