ARGENTINA

Photographer Analía Pertusi – Perts Jam

The photographer and streetart hunter Analía Pertusi not only lives in the city of good air called Buenos Aires, but also photographs and documents this fantastic good air atmosphere in a very creative and loving way. A few years ago she started her Instagram channel under the pseudonym Perts Jam, where you can regularly receive interesting streetart and graffiti content. Analía has a good eye for beauty, but at the same time she is a superb documenter and sees the overall picture. For the Vagabundler Project she works on the Streetart Map Buenos Aires and also contributes galleries and articles from places all over Argentina.

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Travelling painter and art connector Murdock Allen

Creative and passionate, Buenos Aires-based artist Murdock Allen is what you might call a traveling artist. He has already traveled the whole world and painted his works in the most unusual places in front of the viewer’s eyes. The art is always there. Murdock is concerned with bringing creativity directly to the people and also involving them. His paintings are fantastic and show utopian worlds of tomorrow in an abstract, infantile and comic-like style.

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Streetart Map Buenos – Urban Art Archive

Check out the collected artworks and wonderful creations throughout the city of Buenos Aires. The links to each marker lead to other pages with many more photos and information. Mostly you can get some writing, a little story or a longer report about the place from great photographer, art enthusiast and Buenos Aires lover Analía Pertusi aka Perts Jam.

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Streetart Map Chascomús – Urban Art Archive

Chascomús is a city in eastern Argentina on Lake Chascomús in the interior of the province of Buenos Aires. The city dates back to the famous Fortín de San Juan Bautista fortifications from 1779. Photographer Analía Pertusi aka Perts Jam. had visited Chascomús several times and documented extensively the fascinating urban art. Nearly 700 great photos came together at 150 spots, enough to make an individual map which is dedicated to Chascomús.

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Streetart Buenos Aires Downtown

If you calculate the area the city is not much bigger than Frankfurt in Germany, but therefore it has a habitation of about three million people. And if you count all the suburbs and connected districts as well you will be fast cross the ten million line. So many people, so many interessting stories and lifes. In Buenos Aires live a lot of different people from all around Argentina and Southamerica, it´s the little New York of the South wth all its different styled quarters.

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Purmamarca – Cerro de los Siete Colores

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Streetart San Telmo


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Calilegua Nationalpark

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Streetart Palermo


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Pucará de Tilcara – Pyramida


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Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires


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Streetart Recoleta


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Germán Aczel – World Cup Comics – Cartoonist and Draftsman

Germán Aczel loves football and is a passionate cartoonist. He has linked these two passions in his World Cup book. A detailed encyclopaedia of the individual football world championships, decorated with funny sketches and humorous cartoons. The multi-colored World Cup history brings together the most defining moments in football history from 1930-2014: Maradona’s hand of God, Zidane’s legendary headbutt, the German agony of Belo Horizonte, Suarez’s bite attack, the unforgettable moments of the 7-1 against Brazil or Gotze ‚S victory gate. Distinct caricatures of the most iconic players, the most spectacular goals and most moving World Cup scenes accompanied by thrilling background stories. Aczel has written colorful, rich in facts and entertaining, the ultimate comic-style World Cup primer as a world champion edition.

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San Pedro de Jujuy


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Quebrada Termas de Reyes


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Contemporary Artworks from the Andes


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Paseo de los Colorados


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Andes Graffiti


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Tilcara – Andes Comunidad


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Lama, Lama, Lama – Andes Park


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