New JAZ Mural In Buenos Aires, Argentina

JAZ just finished up this awesome new mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina! This time around JAZ used lime based paints and coal for his mural. JAZ was not trying out new materials to add to his artillery; it was a statement by the South American artist.

Traditionally, all political advertising in Argentina is done illegally with lime based paints. This illegal painting is done by teams of painters that are hired by politicians. These lime based paints are impossible to get rid of. The are insoluble in water, whether they are dry or wet and even in temperatures of hot or cold. They resist alcohol & all known paint strippers as well. JAZ took to the streets to send a message to the politicians with a taste of their own medicine.


(Artist, JAZ. Photos and rights via)


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