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Entes Y Pesimo Taking a Swim in Chile, Buenos Aires and Sarasota

Posted on December 3, 2012

Peruvian Street Art duo Entes y Pesimo move quickly like two cats in the back alley when the garbage truck rattles by. When not doing the occasional billboard remix  intervention, they are painting large murals of silent and intense young men and women navigating in the river of life. In many of their recent aerosol paintings, the guys are wading and slogging and afloat in the O2. While the blue lapping waves look inviting and buoyant on the surface, it is unclear what movements are at work in the undercurrent and one is left to contemplate the expressions and positions of the smoothly complex figures.

Entes y Pesimo in Chile. (photo ©

Whatever the symbolic meaning of elements throughout their compositions, and there are many, Entes y Pesimo are clearly strengthening their style and developing a signature aesthetic. This time we catch them trotting around Chile for the Polanco Graffiti Festival, in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in Sarasota, Florida for the Chalk Festival.

Entes y Pesimo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (photo ©

Entes y Pesimo in Sarasota, Florida. (photo ©

Entes y Pesimo in Sarasota, Florida. (photo ©

Entes y Pesimo in Sarasota, Florida. (photo ©

Entes y Pesimo in Sarasota, Florida. (photo ©

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