New Mural by PARBO in Buenos Aires, Argentina
24 days ago - By Street Art News
Lucas Lasnier, aka PARBO recently worked on a new mural in Chacarita, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This mural work arises from talks in the middle of the pandemic with Alejandro the Owner of the coffee sshop “La Nueva Esmeralda”, a classic neighborhood store outside the commercial area of the city.
La Nueva Esmeralda coffee shop was on the verge of closing the business during the strict quarantines throughout 2020 in Argentina. Fortunately, thanks to the help of neighbors and customers , who are mostly neighborhood taxi drivers who have this place as their fixed stop.
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