A tree lined street in Palermo, Buenos Aires.
Graffiti is no stranger to most cities but in Buenos Aires, Argentina we saw little of what I would call traditional graffiti. Instead, we found the stencil. Walls all over the city are plastered with art, political expression, or plain old junk, depending on your point of view. I thought I’d share some of our more interesting finds with you. Enjoy!
Spanish: Accept the terms and conditions. (Argentines love Homer Simpson!)
El Che (as in Che Guevara).
German: We have what’s good inside!
A political ad
Spanish: Yankees out of Latin America; found near the American Embassy
Spanish: Humanoid bookseller… unless someone can help me out with a better translation?
Spanish: there is no independence without socialism.
Spanish – La Cabeta fell, the plan is privatization.