Monday, July 09, 2012
JAZ New Mural In Buenos Aires, Argentina
After Barcelona (covered), Paris (covered), Stavanger (covered), Bergen (covered), JAZ is back at home in South America.
The traditional political advertising in Argentina is painted illegally by hired crews with "Lime" paint. Casein/lime paints are insoluble in water when dry, even warm or hot water. They're also insoluble in alcohol, and impervious to most modern paint strippers.
All around the country, the biggest mural bombers in town are the Politicians and as a response, JAZ just completed this new mural using Lime based paint and Coal somewhere on the streets of Buenos-Aires...