Buenos Aires Street Art // Very Nearly Almost Magazine

By: aspyhole

May 06 2013

Category: Art, Empanadas, Graffiti, Magazines, Photojournalism, Space Exploration, Street Art, Sunny

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Focal Length:6.1mm
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Camera:Canon PowerShot G10

Very Nearly Almost magazine have kindly featured a selection of my photos of street art from Buenos Aires.

A couple of years ago the magazine featured a large collection of my photos from Athens which I had taken between 2006-2010. Buenos Aires didn’t have nearly as exciting public artwork as Athens, but did play host to some massive pieces. The standout piece that I saw when out there this time last year was the huge mural by Blu pictured above. Thanks to CHCDR & LAS for putting up with my photographic dalliances out there.

Vhils, famous for his perma-graffiti – where he drills an image into the wall, or uses acid, resin or similar – is featured on the cover, and has also created the very limited screen-printed edition (pictured left) not available in a store near you soon. Grab the regular edition from WH Smith or similar now!


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