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Brief Published: 24 May 2011

Puma Urban Art


Puma Urban Art, the annual street art festival organised by sportswear brand Puma, arrives in Buenos Aires, Argentina May 28 to 29.

In its 4th edition, the free entry festival highlights the best of the international and local street art scene with activities including live art performances, panel talks, live music, installations and film screenings focussing on urban art, such as Exit Through The Gift Shop by renowned British street artist Banksy. 

In line with Puma’s sustainable policy – which recently saw the brand publish an unprecedented Environmental Profit & Loss Account looking at the economic and environmental valuation of its production line, the festival will screen the film Bag It, Is Your Life Too Plastic? by Susan Beraza, a film about the use of plastic in our lives and its impact on the environment and health.


Art & Design