Street artists finished painting an incredible wall in La Plata last night that features scenes from stories by the well-known Argentine writer and poet Maria Elena Walsh. The monster wall is 85 metres long x 5 metres high. It took the artists three days to complete and surrounds a local children’s activity centre in the Los Hornos neighbourhood.
Urban art in La Plata
Herd of hearing
The wall features a fantastic piece by Ice, Acra and Sato with their very own depiction of Walsh’s famous character The Studious Cow (‘la vaca estudiosa’).
Masterpiece by Sato, Acra and Ice
Flying fish and underwater birds by Cuore
Another part of the part features a collaboration between Inka and Cuore entititled Upside down world (‘El reves del mundo’)
Topsy turvy – Inka painting
Cons Kamikaze, Man, Luxor and Rubin
Portrait of Walsh by Ka Jum and Santiago Elefante painting
Ma Pe at work and artwork by Nelson Sosa
Many thanks to Luxor and Acra for organising this great project and thanks to the centre for providing the delicious food. Check out more photos of the wall in our Facebook page.
All photos © Buenos Aires Street Art
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