Street artists including Luxor, Acra, Ice, Oz Montania, Erica Chun Li, Zesar, Japem, Iron, Tosh, Chaman, Lacast Stencil, Cons Kamikaze, Mat C, Nero, Cafe and Krauz have transformed a school and a nearby building in La Plata, Buenos Aires, with some stunning designs.
Zig Zag graffiti festival took place in La Plata over the weekend and photographer Adri Godis was there for BA Street Art. Her photos and details have captured some of the spirit and artistic talent that has transformed the walls of the city with more than 260 street artists taking part in the event in the provincial capital of Buenos Aires.
More than 260 street artists descended on La Plata at the weekend for the Zig Zag graffiti festival and painted some incredible designs and artworks around the city. Artists from France, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Venezuela and Uruguay were among those taking part.
Oz Montania is one of more than 250 artists who are taking part in Zig Zag, the Latin American meeting in La Plata during three days from 12th to 14th October. Oz spoke with Buenos Aires Street Art about the influences in his art and his passion for painting in the street and his thoughts about Zig Zag and painting in La Plata, Buenos Aires. Continue reading →
La Plata, the provincial capital of Buenos Aires, will be hosting its first Latin American graffiti meeting on 12th, 13th and 14th October. Street artists from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela will be staying in La Plata and painting some huge walls around the city as part of the Zig Zag festival.