Buenos Aires - a graffiti and street art capital

Buenos Aires Graffiti

“In the last few years, Buenos Aires has developed a reputation as one of the best cities in the world to see street art and graffiti with international artists painting huge murals on the walls of its buildings, factories and houses.”
Buenos Aires Street Art / June 2014
Mural by Martin Ron at Meeting of Styles (2012)
Mural by Jaz (2011)
Mural by Blu at Meeting of Styles (2011)
Mural by Aryz at Meeting of Styles (2012)
Mural by Fintan Magee (2014)
Mural by Ever and Roa (2013)
Mural by Pelado (2013)
Mural by THG (2012)
Mural by El Marian (center) and artworks by Emy Mariani and Mati Quiroga at Meeting of Styles (2012)
Mural by Charquipunk and La Robot de Madera (2010)
Mural by Entes at Meeting of Styles (2012)
Artwork by Ment1 (2011)
Portrait of Manolo by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada (2011)
Intervention by Vhils at Meeting of Styles (2011)
Mural by Rodez (2010)
Mural by Georgina Ciotti at Meeting of Styles (2012)
Collaboration by Eria Chun Li, Oz Montania and Ice at Zig Zag in La Plata (2012)
Mural of Predator by Emy Mariani painted at Tigre 100x100 Festival in Tigre (2013)
Mural by Malegria (2012)
Mural by Ice (2009)
Portrait of Joe Daley by Primo (2013).
Mural by Nice at El Quetzal, Palermo (2013).
Graffiti by Dame (2010).
Collaboration by Luxor and Cesar in La Plata (2013)
'Little Bear' by Apen (2011)
Chu, Defi and P3dro at Meeting of Styles (2011)
Seta Fuerte at Meeting of Styles (2011)
Graffiti by Cray Fish (2010)
Artwork by Sego (2010)
Graffiti by Nase Pop Crew (2012)
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