Pum Pum is one the best known female artists participating in the street art scene of Buenos Aires, and another of a generation of artists to take their talents in design and illustration to the city walls.
Beginning in the early 2000ís, while many of her contemporaries experimented with aerosol and letter-based graffiti or stencil, Pum Pum gravitated towards latex paint and brushes in a figurative, character-inspired muralism.

The iconic two-dimensional protagonists that define Pum Pumís work are created with bold color and clean line, and are characterized by a mixture of the artistís own eclectic influences; from Hello Kitty to legendary hardcore punk bands like Black Flag. A graphic designer by trade, Pum Pum creates murals and works on canvas, as well as unique illustrations and screen-printed series. (via http://graffitimundo.com )

http://www.pum-pum.com.ar/


Mural in the streets of Buenos Aires




PumPum
"juego"
Acrylic on canvas, 100x100cm
2014


PumPum
"gatito"
Acrylic on canvas, 90x90cm
2014



PumPum
"princesa"
Acrylic on canvas, 100x100cm
2014


PumPum
"por amor"
Acrylic on canvas, 90x90cm
2014


PumPum
"amigas"
Acrylic on canvas, 54x54m
2014


PumPum
"por amor"
Acrylic on canvas, 80x52m
2014


PumPum
"gatito"
silkscreen print, 32x32cm
2014









Fotos: Steffi Koch